What first impressed us was the lady who checked us in. She was absolutely delightful. The sites are separated by wide expanses of lush grass with many trees to make for a wide open and natural feeling so rare in most RV parks. The park is surrounded on three sides by an earthen embankment the top of which offers a picturesque and fine trail for biking and walking. This park was extremely clean. There are several long term site holders there but they are on one side of the park and their sites appeared quite orderly. Finally, this is a quiet place. All we heard was a distant train whistle early in the morning that was downright nostalgic rather than bothersome. We highly recommend this park, one of the best in which we have ever stayed.
We were put off by the indifferent reception, particularly when we were told we had to take what was available because a large caravan was coming in and they "come first" with the inference being we come second. Worse, a new water faucet had been installed at our site, but the outlet was a scant two inches above the ground, not nearly enough to allow a coupling and curving of the hose without kinking. So I took a portable shovel to deepen the hole. Even then, it was a tight fit. When I told the lady at the desk and smilingly suggested we get a discount, she severely scolded me for not calling them first, but after a long day on the road, I simply took the quickest course of action. I reminded her they should check the sites before renting them. She never apologized. Instead, she just turned away. Most revealing is that she knew the number of our site without ever seeing me before or looking at their paperwork. That made me suspect she knew about the problem all along. In my opinion, neither she nor the gentleman who checked us in are "people" people. Because their attitude indicates what their behavior most likely would be in handling more serious situations, I would not recommend this facility to anyone.