They are listed as Big Rig campground, but are not. We were guided to our site after being told to disconnect and drive through entire campground in order to enter the site from the wrong direction as trees blocked entry. This caused the power, water to be on the passenger side of coach. Had to back out of site. 30 amp tripped off while using microwave. Sewer hookups were on both sides of RV and within 6-10 inches of the wheels. Ground very uneven and muddy. Could not level coach as site so uneven that stairs would have hit the ground. Many trees with low hanging branches. Many permanent trailers and modular homes. Road to park was dirt/gravel. Inside roads were the same.
We stayed here overnight on the way to Oregon. No one at the office when we arrived, but we found a pull-through site and went to the office later. The sites are now chip sealed, so that is an improvement. There was plenty of room for our 40 footer and toad. Sites are sloped; easy on and off the freeway. Office was very nice, friendly and helpful employees.