We stayed one night of five because the park did not have enough power to run my blow dryer. We were using a Sureguard surge protector and it kept cycling off because of low voltage. When we checked the voltage, it registered 100 volts. They had four rows in this one area for RV's but put everyone in one row. When we requested to be moved to another site with more volts, we were told we could move up the same row but not to a different row. Same problem with lack of voltage. They also had teenagers running the office and they needed more training and people skills. The pool had water problems as it left a white residue on the body and caused the skin to itch.
This is the cleanest campground we have ever stayed at. The grounds neatly groomed and flower pots were overflowing with beautiful flowers. Chainsaw carved animal, birds and fish were plentiful throughout the park. The restrooms and showers were the cleanest we have ever seen. It is a fabulous park!
After a long day on the road we pulled into our assigned space only to have the coach next to us using our 50 AMP circuit. When notified, the management did nothing. At 7:30 PM to 9 PM the same coach had their RV pressure washed. When checking with the office, we were informed that pressure washing was allowed. It did not make for a good ending to a long day of travel.