I have to preface this by saying that I got my motorhome stuck in the sand, so that fact is going to influence my review a great deal. We pulled in at dusk and were directed to the site they assigned to us. We had reserved a 50 amp site suitable for our 40' rig, which they knew. As soon as I pulled into the site, my back wheels sank into the soft sand, and I was stuck. The only help they gave me was by handing me a phone book to call a wrecker. The wrecker came up and winched me out to the tune of $275. The only thing the campground people said was "we've never had anyone else ever get stuck in this site." Well, they've obviously never put a 34,000 Lb Class A in that site before. That's all there was; no coupon for a free lunch, no discount on my overnight stay, nothing. Had it been light out, I never would have pulled into the site (a pull-through). I never had a chance, pulled perfectly straight into the site and instantly sank the back four wheels. There was no attempt whatsoever to help out. Very poor customer service. I'll never stay here again for that reason.
Thoroughly enjoyed our 4 day visit. The owner of this campground was extremely helpful with all our needs. The park has only been open for seven months but they've done a really nice job with all the new amenities. We had our two small grandsons (4 and 2) with us and they had a fantastic time. The park has two playgrounds, two pools, a miniature golf course, and a great centrally located campground office/activity building. They operate a small train for rides through the park, and also have a large trailer for hayrides. Each night they have movies (for kids) in the main building and serve popcorn to everyone for free. Our site was nice and level, and while it wasn't paved, the gravel wasn't a problem. It's obvious that they are trying very hard to attract new business by way of word-of-mouth. We plan to return in a few months with our grandkids.