We were working in the area and therefore stayed in this park a week. We had ample opportunity to see the park and how it operates. The staff is very friendly and helpful and the park manager lives on site. We saw her personally parking people at 11 at night and their phone is answered 24 hours a day. Big plus in our book. The park has sites with trees and some in the open for satellite users. Previous posters have said there are only 1 or 2 sites available for overnights and they are only up front. This is not true. There were at least 7 or 8 sites available when we were here, both in front and in the back of the park, but they fill up quickly each day. We saw 45' MH towing a 20' trailer in one site with room left over for another RV. Those sites in the front are over 100' long. There are a lot of monthly renters but they are not all pipeliners. We met a sheriff, a pilot, a nurse, a carpenter and several retired folks. We were invited to a cookout the residents were having while we were here and made to feel extremely welcome. The park is getting lower scores because of the freeway, but there has to be a compromise if you want the easy on, easy off access to the freeway. It does get noisy at times, but our 5'ver is well insulated and it was not an issue for us. The train is over a mile away and seldom do you hear the whistle. All in all, this is a nice comfortable park with good amenities. We enjoyed the free WiFi and cable TV and the country setting. We will definitely stay here the next time we are working in the area.
Small park obviously built years ago when RV's were a lot smaller. Spaces are very close together and have mostly full timers. Train tracks are very close, several trains come through a night and can get quite noisy. Also right near the freeway, so there's some freeway noise. Our 5'ver is well insulated so the freeway noise did not bother us, but the train did. Not a lot of room to maneuver a big rig. Stayed here one night but we will not come back.