Rather laid back and basic. Owner stopped by and said to just put cash or check in an envelope and drop it in the office mail slot. We never saw anyone in the office. Although some attempt seemed to have been made to level some slots, we felt we got the last almost level space. They now have some 50 amp spaces available but the permanent residents seemed to have taken all of them. Some spaces had low wires hanging over them; at 13' we were too high. They have cable wires but no cable service.
It's six miles off the highway, which means extra driving for overnights. Our cost was $24.75 with Good Sam.Interior roads are paved; sites are gravel. The site are long, but narrow; each has a concrete patio and a picnic table. Lots of pull-throughs, but they face away from the water, and slant down toward the water. Trailer Life listing says no Wi-Fi, but they got it put in last week, and it's secure. Unfortunately, no one knows how to do the password; I tried every combination, but nothing worked. We might stay here again if passing this way at the right time of day.
This is a really nice camp at a low price; with Good Sam we paid $20.67 per night. We were able to get one of the two pull through spaces, very long and very wide. Very good interior gravel rights, but a few muddy spots. Local channels on cable were fuzzy; don't know if it's the system or our site. The park is a little tricky to find when coming from the east, and very difficult at night, both due to inadequate signage.