The park was very nice, the bathrooms were clean, the only problems were the staff and the owners. They were very rude, kind of like you were bothering them by asking a question. Also, we were told that children are not allowed to stay here for an extended time frame of a week or more. I really didn't know that camping without your children was an option.
This park is such a joke. First of all, the pot holes on the dirt roads are ridiculous. We paid $550 to stay here for a month. When it rains, the entire lot was flooded. The manager Charlene is the rudest lady you will ever meet. Her staff at the "General Store" are also not the nicest people. The maintenance people were nice, but creepy. I was scared to leave our things there during the day for fear they would have disappeared by the time we returned. The fact that people pay $7,000 to become a member here is a joke. If this is the case, then this campground should be in a lot better shape than it is in. I would definitely not recommend anyone staying here. The playground for the children to play on was completely under mud. This should definitely not be considered a Thousand Trails campground. I think that changing this park needs to start at the top with the management.