Paid $600.00 for a month in the RV Annex. TV cable was poor at best, few stations and not all them worked. The Wi-Fi was slow and dropped connections. All the security lights where out and a long timer there said they have been out for 6 months. The rest rooms where dated and so so. Only two for about 50 RV sites. The main building has 8 washers and dryers, but if you stay at the annex, for $600.00 a month, you cannot use them. You must use the ones for the marina, which only has 3, one of which has been broken for a month. By the way, did I mention all the trash blowing around or the knee high grass growing between the different RVs. It seems they do not care about maintaining the annex part of the park. For only another $150.00 a month I could of stayed in the main part. WAY over priced for what you get.
Site are big and grassy, no trees in the full hook up sites. Had a descent cable selection and at least when I was there the park was quiet and mostly empty. Age old problem, wireless. Only goes to about site 2. I think it was their wireless. (Maybe third party.)
Wedged in like cattle, wireless only half way worked, a lot on "range children", free roaming. Laundry room is very small, tough to get two people in there. If you can get one of the bat view sites, the view in great.
Not a bad park for the money, but there is only one toilet and 1 shower in the rest room, yet there where 7 washers and dryers. When I asked about the wireless the check in gal said it has been a problem and we don't talk about it. I tried it and it did work. If you have a rear holding tank, bring a lot of sewer hose.
Took 25 minutes to check in, and not just because it was busy. There where 3 employees at registration when I got into line, and I was the 5th person. Then 2 of them left, leaving only one person to check everyone in. There was eleven people behind me by time I finally got done. Set up reservations 10 days in advance and still could only get 2 nights. The premium sites are nice, but expensive. The "cheap seats" are like a parking lot. And of course the wireless didn't work, not to mention my $56.00 site had a mercury light in it which gave it all the class of a Walmart lot. The cable only has something like 9 channels and the trees that provide nice shade, prohibit the use of satellite. As in the last post, the fire pit was full of cigarette butts.