New full-hook up sites, wide, with very narrow road and parking pad so kind of tricky backing in. LOTS of locals who let their dogs run but if you aren't local don't try it, you may get a ticket (we don't have a dog but saw one couple ticketed while we were there). In short, not traveler friendly.
Site are large, back in, bordered by large railroad ties which makes draining tanks difficult. No amenities. Nice sites but owners are VERY disorganized! When you call for reservations they say things like "Yes, we have a site for you, I think, unless someone else takes it"!!!!!
This used to be a great park but has gone down hill a lot. Electrical service at sites is dated and very under-powered. There were 6 sites fed by one 80 amp breaker and the Rangers comments were "shut off your A/C". We moved to a 50 amp site in another area and our EMS showed one leg at 122 volts, the other at 115! Stayed here over Memorial day for 14 days and saw NO meaningful security except for the county sheriff deputy drove through 2 times! The Ranger was off for the weekend so only the volunteers were available. Loud cars drove through all night! We had reservations for later in summer and have already cancelled them. Gnats are very numerous, you will need a LOT of bug spray to sit around a campfire here!
Pull thru sites in north section of park are plenty long enough for long rigs, but are short, u shaped drives that are difficult for anything longer than a 16' TT to get in and out of. Stay in the south section with the newer sites. Very noisy with loud parties on weekend when we were there. This is in a very swampy, bogy area so every site is "water front."
We have stayed at a lot of SKP parks and this one is the worst! The good part are the managers are wonderful and very helpful. BUT: this is a prime example of the SKP club forgetting their roots: it has become more of a subdivision of homes with RVs that haven't been moved in years; barking dogs; more traffic than many small towns; plus constant (day and night!) golf cart traffic. To top it all off, if you stay in the Play and Stay sites you get to listen the mail truck run for 3 hours every morning Monday through Friday. If you like noise and camping in a neighborhood, you will like this park!
Host in site 67 is VERY NOISY! Otherwise would have rated this park much higher! With a more considerate host this park would be a wonderful, quiet place to stay. Showers are clean, but have torn, crummy curtains, if any at all. Rangers are polite and helpful, sites are far enough apart to be private. But again, noisy host (large voices and radio that can be heard 4 and 5 sites away!).
Busy park on weekends, but nice with security and police presence visible. Bathrooms are clean and sites are big enough to enjoy yourself. Self-registration and nice walks along the huge lake. Great place for families.
Due to travel distances we have stayed here 3 times in the last 2 years, and every time have experienced loud, late night parties. (Twice the noise was coming from town employee housing, in mobile homes attached to the park.) It appears to be a college party park with parties lasting as late as 4:00 am and significant drinking. No police or security presence that we could see, and no one answered calls at the "office." Scary for families! WiFi is available, but was not very good. Once again, consider this a college party place. Doesn't happen all the time, or every night, but it happened at least once during every one of our stays.