The sites and hookups are poorly designed: power pedestals and water spigots are on the driver's side of the rig, but at the very FRONT of the RV site, not the back. And both the power pedestal and water spigot are so tall that slide-outs will not clear them. We had to re-park the rig three times to position it so that our power cord would reach AND our living room slide wouldn't hit the power pedestal.
No swimming in lake. Do not eat fish caught in lake. Dogs may not be left unattended at any time, either inside RV or on leash outside RV. Extremely quiet, well-maintained park. We plan to return here soon for a quiet night or two away from home.
The review from September 2007 is WRONG. I've just confirmed the information on "www.OvernightRVParking" which states that RVs may stay here for one night. The sign described in the Sept 2007 review is here, but my email from the Mayor's Office confirms that this is merely to encourage RVers to patronize local RV parks. Overnighting at this park (Washington Park, on Coffeen Street) is allowed. NOTE: Had to enter $1 as the rate, because website won't allow a zero.