The entrance to this park is beautifully landscaped. It has non-professional golf courses surrounding the sites. Turns a little tight, but reasonable. The sites have shade from big trees, are fairly level, some are on slanted hillsides.
This is a peaceful, countryside RV park. Very clean, sites are a little narrow and short for big rigs but worth the stay. A nice dog walk, very easy access, just over the hill from a Flying J. We schedule this park as a stop anytime we are on I81. If you want a quiet, restful spot to get off the road this is the place.
This was a shady, pleasant park. Good sat TV exposure, good cell phone service, good wi-fi. Good breakfast and dinner food. Sites are decent size, a little tight on turns to get to site especially if there are a lot of cars parked at other sites.
This nicely groomed park had side by side sites with small bushes in between. We had an end site which was a little better in terms of seeing a view other than the next camper. Absolutely no wi-fi. No patio furniture provided. Continental breakfast provided, no convenience store. We were looking for a resort for winter but this would be only short term for us.
This resort is one of the best we've seen. There are trees and bushes, some sites have small plots of grass and hedges of Oleander bushes providing plenty of privacy and shade. The food was good at the restaurant, although limited in variety. Each site has a patio table and chairs. The park is set up with plenty of turning room for big rigs and sites are wide enough for slides and awnings. Gated, but easy to get in and out with a plastic pass card. This is our second time here. Excellent wi-fi.
This park is like an army barracks. Rigs are parked close together in an area like a parking lot, surrounded by park models also very close together. Absolutely no wifi. Rules and regulations are many and security personnel are always looking for any deviations such as not wearing your name tag. We were looking for a place to winter, it will not be here.