Site has spacious spots and they lead you in so you aren't in wonder where you are going to park. They are very dog friendly but ask you to walk your dog off to the side and clean up after them. Since this should be done anyway, I thought it was good. They have an excellent club area, pool and different things to entertain you. They let us use the clubhouse for our dinner, but it was the slow season. Excellent people at the front office that are very helpful. I really enjoyed it. And they had Wi-Fi!!!
We stayed here this weekend and really enjoyed it. It is the slow season, so the park didn't have many in it. We used a pull-through and the sites are quite spacious. I have seen tighter sites. We hardly had to do anything to level the rig out. I was concerned due to the one review about it being pet unfriendly, but I found quite the opposite. They do expect you to be courteous to other campers and not let your pet go wandering around, and they must be on a short leash. This is just to be considerate and to keep your pet safe. They have lawn areas, but after asking why they have grass anyway, I found out that was for people to camp in tents. (Nice of them to provide that I thought.) They don't want your pets pottying there, understandably. There is plenty of area to walk your pets off site, and I wanted to do that since the park is gravel and tough on my dogs paws (she is little and I baby her). The owner was giving the managers a vacation: he truly was a great person and had a lot of information about the area. The managers were back the day we were leaving. I wanted to stay after the noon checkout time to finish a NASCAR race, and he said it was fine. I am not sure that would be possible during a busy time of the year, however. Great place and so close to go walk and look around and then be in the comforts of my home on wheels.