To us, this is everything an RV campground should be: beautiful setting on a large lake surrounded by mountains. There is a large camp store, firewood, gas, diesel, and propane are available, rental boats, kayaks, and pontoon boats for fishing, spectacular sunsets, paved walking and bicycling trails. Because we stayed here on weekdays in January, the place was only about 10% filled so the rowdiness other reviewers had mentioned was nonexistent. The only downside is a very active and vocal group of coyotes who one night were literally surrounding our motorhome. Also, cell phone service is spotty and data service nonexistent, even with a Verizon JetPack. We will definitely camp here again.
Some other reviewers have commented on the number of full timers who live here and the fact that they may not keep up their areas as nicely as they could have but that is the only negative aspect of this park as far as we are concerned. It is in a great location, the grounds are kept up conscientiously on daily basis, the garbage is picked up every half hour and the employees are genuinely friendly and helpful. The laundry area is large and spotless, the pool is cleaned twice daily and shows it, it has a nice camp store and you get to pick your own citrus fruit from the trees around the park. We stayed here for almost a month and are going back for another week.