DO NOT try to stay here if you have a chocolate lab dog! Neither their ads nor their own hand-out materials tell you that they do not allow dogs of this size. In fact, we learned this only AFTER we were registered and after our credit card was swiped. If this is typical of their approach on other issues, be VERY careful before going to this park. The lady at the front desk was very kind, but she obviously was embarrassed by the fact that this is a "hidden" rule. Exercise caution if you are considering this park. We did not stay!
Although close to the highway, this park feels like it is in the country. There are many trees, although they are very nicely trimmed so they present no difficulties. The roads and paved and the sites are concrete - a bit hilly, but not a significant problem. The people were delightful and most helpful. We certainly would stay there again.
This is a very good park for a big rig. The sites are very easy to access on paved roads and they offer plenty of space for slide-outs and awnings. There is little shade and very few rigs were there in early November, but the various amenities and facilities appeared to be first rate. The nightly rate reflects a two-night stay. We definitely would return again.
This brand new RV resort is worth your consideration. We visited with a rally group and found the facilities and the owners to be very pleasant. The sites are large so big rigs will have plenty of elbow room. The Pavilion is a great place to hold rally events, and the gift shop is beautifully done.