Arrived after dark. Office was closed. Called number on the office door and a nice man sped up in a golf cart. He had us follow him around the park and eventually into our spot. The spots were a little closer together than I would have preferred, but neighbors were quiet, so no problem. There was cat roaming around and I was afraid it was going to leave paw prints on our car. Nope, wasn't a problem. I even accidentally left our car window down No problems. Hookups worked fine. Cable had lots of channels. My only complaint is that the park access road was right behind our spot and was noisy. We kept hearing vehicles driving back and forth over the gravel as they came and went from their spots. Other than that, it's a good overnight stay kind of place. We'd stay there again.
Located just a few miles north of Cracker Barrel. Entrance hard to see at night. Very dark at night. Its on right just past the train tracks. Sign near office indicated that we pull forward, find a spot, and pay in the morning so that's what we did. We found a spot fast with empty spots on either side. Spot was pea gravel and fairly level. Didn't see a cable connection, so watched regular TV. Mostly Spanish channels. Saw Wi-Fi connection, but couldn't connect. Trains run nearby all night long and blow their horns. We got used to them and slept fine. This park is great for an overnight stop. We would definitely stay here again.