BUGS EVERYWHERE!!!! Don't go to this park unless you like ants. Swarms of ants were everywhere and the park didn't seem to care much about it. They were doing major landscaping and everyone was complaining about the ants. No one seemed to be listening. The office needed to have a major pest control company come in the park and spray. With the landscaping work, it would have been the perfect opportunity to bug spray as well. Instead they sent one of the handymen down with a garden sprayer. After they used the garden sprayer, they turned on all of the sprinklers so it washed away the insecticide that had just been sprayed! When I complained, they told me it was scheduled lawn watering time! This park doesn't really care about their customers if it interferes with the scheduled maintenance. Don't go here unless you want bugs in your coach - lots of bugs! Also, there is no golf course. There's 2 holes- one is a "driving range' and the other a 'chip and putt' . The driving range has no balls to offer and you have to collect your own balls after you hit them. The chip and putt is OK but none of the putting greens have holes. The golf portion of this park is a bad joke.
The spaces are too close together. I asked for a wide space in the office and was told that I was being given one. There was only about 12 feet between my RV and my neighbor in my space. When my neighbor put out their awning, it was one inch away from my slide out.
While the park advertises that it has cable TV hookups, it does not have them in every site. The "premium" river view sites do not have cable TV hookups. The antenna reception is very poor because of the trees. The WiFi connection is very weak and is only available in the center of the park, in the tent area which is very close to the router. It is not available from your space. The park has a beautiful view, but it's spaces are too close together and it is over priced for what it offers.
Nice park; no pet area. Very little grass. The landscaping is mostly large clumps of hard dirt rocks, which are hard to walk on. Upon our check in a man in the office who identified himself as the manager, said he had ‘nothing to do, so he’d help us” get settled in. He went out to our RV, which was parked in the registration area and immediately started yanking on my tow bar. I was behind him and had to yell to him not to touch the tow bar handles as the unit was not straight and they would not release on a curve. When I finally caught up to him, he was waiting patiently for us to straighten up. After we straightened he started “helping” us undo the tow. I was very specific and told him not to undo any cords from the RV but to disconnect ONLY from the car end. He said OK. Less than 2 minutes later he handed me my electrical cord’s adapter - disconnected from the RV. Seeing that the cord had a pin adapter plus my verbal instructions should have given him a clue that this cord has a delicate connection and should not be yanked. I said nothing and we proceeded to our spot. When we arrived at our spot he came over in his truck. He insisted that we park in such a way that our slide trunks wouldn’t open. I informed him of the trunk problems and also the unusual location of our sewer connections and his response was “I know”. It is impossible for him to know the particulars of every make/model of RV, so I found his comment ridiculous. When I told him again that his parking position wouldn’t work for our configuration he got very nasty and insisted saying “I am the manager and it’s my park and I know how to park RV’s”! I told him that we have a similar problem when we stay at a resort in San Diego and we just angle the coach a little and it works well. He answered saying “This isn’t San Diego, and I’m the manager, and you can’t do that!”. I then asked him why we couldn’t angle a little and he said that our car wouldn’t fit on our space. I told him that it was a small car and it would fit. He insisted that it would not, so I moved the car into the space while he watched. It easily fit. At that point he got in his truck and sped away (exceeding his own 5 mph speed limit). We then had to figure out how to park the RV from the unusual position that he had us parked us in, which took us quite a while. He pulled around to the other street and sat there and watched us the entire time. While we had an enjoyable stay, this was not an enjoyable start to our vacation.