Great spot for an overnight stop. There are not a lot of large trees, however the spaces facing the water are very nice. There is no grass adjacent to the spaces, and they have let the grass adjacent to the perimeter of the park die although it appears they are trying to water it to revive it. There aren't a lot of amenities as you must go to the Casino to use the pool or enjoy other recreation. The spots were large and they were easy to maneuver with a vehicle in tow. It would be nice if they would finish fencing off the dog run area to provide an enclosed area.
This is our 3rd trip to this park and one of our favorites. Everything is immaculate, rules followed and enforced, friendly staff, well groomed sites, daily paper on your steps, coffee and muffins every morning in the reception area, and very pet friendly. The sites are the widest we have seen, picnic tables, dog friendly with a fenced dog run area for off-leash fun. We will return again next year!
After reserving a specific space several months in advance, we arrived to find that the space we reserved to accommodate our 4 slide 40ft RV w/a tow had been given to a pickup truck with a trailer who could have gotten by with a 30amp space. Staff had even written "Do Not Move from this space" on the booking sheet. There was only one 50amp space available for us which was wedged between a large pine tree in the front and a lamp post at the rear. After some pleading and the attentive owner noticing that the staff were not meeting our needs, they managed to move us to another space that we could fit into. The pool area is very small and there were firecrackers going off at neighboring sites which was not great for our dogs. We chose this park due to the Trailer Life ratings, but felt that the park was overrated. On the positive side, there is grass on both sides of each site, small pool and spa, but didn't see a lot of other amenities. This is more of a campground rather than RV Resort.