Stayed at this park twice now "the first and last" time. Pulled in after dark and had to get off the road as we were tired or would not have stayed. It was even more frightening when viewed in the light of day. As the other poster stated it is basically a gravel lot with a few sites delineated by using pieces of old poles laid flat and dug into the ground. Services were OK though. It appears that some of the other sites either have stored units or "long timers" as the grass and weeds were growing up on the sites.Also there were some older decrepit automobiles on the premises. We had no noise from the adjacent business (a Restaurant) but did have barking dogs and fairly constant train noise to deal with. Fortunately the very strong winds that night drowned out some of the other distractions. The office was "staffed" by an older free spirit who needed four presses of the night bell to respond and an old cat "alive or stuffed" we know not who occupied the office couch. When we asked about the free Wi-fi advertised the office Dude said "Oh that stuff never works"
I would call this an overnight stop rather than a destination. That being said the sites were large and level if rather bare due to lack of trees etc. They are covered with larger rounded stone gravel. The park is 5 years old and the hookups were in excellent shape. The free wi-fi was nice, as were the amenities in the "clubhouse" laundry, hot tub etc. Everything was clean. As others have said you basically drive in, choose a site, the owner-mgr comes by later to collect the fee in "cash or check." She was very friendly and helpful. I have already told her that we will be stopping on our way South next year. Yes the train noise was there as was a "rural" cattle odor from time to time but we did not find either bothersome.