I camped in the winter when southern parks are full. They assigned two rigs per pad. Each faced the opposite way and you have to run your hook-ups under the rig. Being sandwiched in like that I had to have a person on each corner to help me get in and out of a pull through! When our slides were open you could not walk squarely in between the two. I had to do major tree trimming. The limbs that rested on top of my trailer (literally) were infested with ants that moved right on into my home. No one at the park assisted me in any way, other than to run my credit card. I'll have to say that the campers were beyond friendly and helpful though! As a last resort I'd stay here only in the summer if I got my own pad.
I fulltime and travel all over the US. This is by far my favorite campground. A wonderful place run by wonderful, friendly people. The campground is very clean and spacious. No problems moving my 40' fifth wheel in and out. Staff is amazingly helpful. I stayed for about three months, my site was close to the entrance and I was not bothered at all by the trains or road noise. I will definitely stay here again and recommend highly.