We just showed up the week before the 4th of July weekend and had no problem getting a prime spot. It was on a concrete pad, the first time our rig had ever been on a perfectly level spot. Park has lowered it's age to +45 to be more receptive to younger RVers. The park personnel were very nice and helpful with our needs. Park has a fairly large dog park, and owners are considerate to smaller pups. Service dogs are welcome, of course, and had minimal grief from long timers about having a dog in the non-dog area of the park, which is extensive, but not too annoying. They have a great laundry room, with coin machine. Book and DVD/VHS check-out, cable hook-ups, bocce ball, game room, and many things to do during the week. A Circle-K and Dollar store within walking distance, but no other stores or dining places nearby if you don't have a toad. We have put this park in our "Visit again" folder and have been telling all of our friends how great it was.
If you don't mind boondocking, quiet nights, starry skies, and the occasional zombie squirrel peeking in your coach windows, then this is the perfect place for you. This is a US Forrest Service campground, so not many amenities, but they do have a boat ramp, allow tent camping, trailer and RV parking, picnic tables at all sites, toilets nearby, and really cold drinking water from a natural spring. I would highly recommend getting a reservation from the website, we just showed up and happened to luck out and get one of the last spots. It was not the most level site ever made, they could probably take a dozer and flatten some of them a little better when they get a chance. Overall, we had a great stay and will be going back before they close for the season.