With 10 years of using RV parks, this is by far the most friendly we have ever used. It is also the most pet friendly with a large grass pet area, not fenced. It has mostly park models but locals welcome RV'ers. Most residents are from the Northern states or Southern Canada. There are two pools, two shuffle board courts and two club houses. Also one horseshoe area and one small Put-Put golf course. Rec hall offers Plus and C level square dancing.
Beyond what was said in the previous review there are water hydrants in all of the loops but no way to fill a fresh water tank as there are no threads on the hydrants. Also, no water is available in town. You might, repeat, might be able to fill at the camp host site. There lots of goat head puncture burrs all over the unpaved areas so watch pets' paws. Generator hours are 6 AM to 8:30 PM. October is a popular time of year, but there were many open sites the two nights we were there.
The previous ratings are accurate except we paid $30 a night for three nights. There is one long term unit that is pretty trashy but the rest of the park looks good and is well kept. We were able to pick up an unsecured Internet connection that served our needs well.
The last post pretty well covers it. We stayed as Winter Texans for three months and paid the three month rate with electric extra. Be advised the third party internet has very limited coverage due to the large number of trees that block or interrupt the signal. There is also a free nine-hole golf course on the property. Pets are restricted to a specific area.
The August post pretty well says it all. We camped in the lower area by the river and were able access the www via unsecured Wi-Fi. We have used this park a number of times, including winter when only the lower section is open. The restrooms are heated. Holidays can book out so call for reservations.