Lot of seasonal sites. A small stream and marshy area bordered our site, which seemed to encourage mosquitos. Power and wi-fi were great! Some sites were larger than others. Campground is convenient to tourist attractions. Grass needed cutting.
We were in a large fifth wheel. The in and out routes for the sites were heavily wooded and pretty tight! The sites were so heavily wooded that sites were densely shaded and satellite was impossible. They do have a 12 cable selections. Some standing water seemed to encourage mosquitoes. Our big concern was that we received repeated low voltage alarms on our sensor, even in the middle of the night. We were on 30 amp.
Since we are pulling a 37' fifth wheel with a Freightliner, we asked for and received a pull-thru site . . . one of two in the entire park. (These reservations were made almost a year in advance.) To be fair, we were at this park during the busiest weekend of the year . . . Labor Day. Our site was about three feet off the busiest road intersection in the park. The other pull-thru (which had hookups for two rigs was less than 6 feet from our rig.) Our awning just cleared our neighbor's. Wi-Fi was fine as long as your went to the office to use your computer. If you have respiratory problems, this is not the campground for you. Fires burned from morning into well into the night and breathing was tough! The way in and the way out was through a lot of congested roads. We elected to back our fifth wheel out into the road and take the shortest way out.
This is a small park! We arrived in a group of five 36' fifth wheels. We called ahead to get clearance to come in early and the owner was there to greet us, get us off the street and to park us individually. The park was immaculate and the folks were most welcoming. The facilities were great. . . the voltage was good and the water pressure was good. You will park on concrete pads for the rig. There is lovely grass for the picnic table. Great quiet park!!! We would definitely go there again!!!