This RV park is a no frills (no bathhouse, no restroom, no pool) RV park, but I love it. For two years in a row, I was in a site that had me 69 walking steps from the beach. The owners are friendly and if there is a problem, they take care of it. We had a family come in and they had five little dogs. They put the dogs in a pen outside their RV, and they did nothing but bark and bark and bark. After a half-day of listening to that, I spoke with the owner and they took care of it. No more barking dogs outside the RV. The Wi-Fi was not reliable; however, I mentioned it to the owner and they stated they would talk with their provider. If you are looking to go to the beach, hang out and relax, this is perfect.
I gave this a higher rating due to how friendly everyone was and how quiet it was overall. There are a lot of permanent sites, and a lot of campers there for long-term but not permanent. The negatives of the campground are: the sites are grass and dirt, and minimal gravel. It rained all week when we were there, and it was muddy right outside our RV door which went through our outdoor carpet. The Wi-Fi was spotty at best. The pool had no chairs and was small. Have to pay for everything in cash or check. The positives of the campground are that it was quiet, people were friendly, and it had a laundry room. The antenna and satellite connected with no problems. It says that there are shade sites, but they are only really for tent camping. I wouldn't stay here again unless it was my last resort. There are many other campgrounds closer to the national parks, hiking, zip lining, etc.