Public bath/toilet facilities are not sufficient for the amount of people who use them. There is one female room and one male room. Each room has one sink, two toilets, and one shower. Since they are so busy, the rooms are often not clean and have completely wet floors. In these rooms there is a lack of privacy since the stalls are built of plywood that you can see over. The spaces are very small. The toilet facilities are not handicap accessible. There are no handicap accessible camping sites. Most camping sites have a concrete pad intended as a patio in front of camper. Without exception, these concrete pads are broken, uneven, and are a tripping hazard for the guests. These are dangerous! Many of the travel trailers are left on site permanently. Some of these are old (1960's-1970's)and not well maintained. There are some mobile homes of this same age also. Old trailers are being purchased by the owner and brought to the park for rental units. The rental units are in the worst condition of any of those in the park! The electric services for each site vary, some 50 amp and some 30 amp for camping sites. The owners of the park do not live in the US, so the management and maintenance is not consistently good.
Camping sites are OK, but small. The concrete pads are broken. Driveways are small between trailers making it difficult to park. Lots of noise from the gun club during the day. Lots of traffic all day since the parking lot for the club house is adjacent to the camping area. There are no restroom facilities at the camping area. Toilets are available at the golf clubhouse. I would recommend this place for overnight or a short stay, but only if your rig has it's own toilet/bath facilities.