This park sounds better in the books then it actually is. When we arrived we had to move the picnic table since it was parked right in the middle of our space. Spaces are a little tight and we weren't sure if our slideout would fit. Biggest drawback is the train tracks. You can't see them when you arrive, so it was a big shock when they started coming through, and lasted all night. There are a lot of full-time residents, and since we were here midweek, we were awaken early to the sound of trucks warming up and leaving the park. Staff was friendly along with the resident cats.
We really enjoyed this park. The staff was friendly, the restrooms/showers were very clean, and the spaces were nice. We had a pull-through site which was adequate for us. There was a morning paper delivered to our site, and they have a decent continental breakfast available. They have a small general store and the frogs in the river lulled us to sleep! We were here in a 30' class A.
All in all, the park was great. We had a Ranchita space which was extra large (basically two mobile home spots) which is great if you have an extra car. The Ranchita spots are suppose to come with a picnic table, but when we arrived ours was missing. We checked with the office and one was found within minutes. The only complaint is that even though it states WiFi friendly, it isn't. We signed up for the service ($30 for 2+ weeks), but could rarely get on since we were so far from the office. We had to use the internet before the office opened since they took all the bandwidth and then the service was non-existent. Even the full-time residents said that the WiFi was no good if too far from the office. There is no shade available, so keep that in mind when you make your space reservation. Our patio was in the afternoon sun, which was fine in February, but would have been useless in the summer heat. Staff was friendly, laundry facilities great, pools, hot tubs and showers are excellent. Lots of activities since it's also a year-round mobile home park with permanent residents.