This park is inappropriate for big rigs. It is also mainly for permanent residents and seasonal homes with very few overnight spaces. We stayed there in a 36 foot motorhome, but it was tight. We lost power several times in a one-day stay. We were warned not to drink the water. The bathrooms are ancient with toilets that move when sat upon.
The park is attractive, clean and friendly. The sites are adequate. The restrooms are clean but inadequate. The water pressure is good, but there is only one shower temperature--too hot for this camper. There are no places to sit anywhere in the restroom, so I guess we are expected to balance on one foot while taking off and putting on shoes. There are not enough hooks for clothing and towel. There is only one inadequate hot air blower for the entire bathroom. We paid over $180 for four nights--a price that should buy better facilities.
Located between high voltage power lines and I-225, half of the camp is an asphalt parking lot. The other half is dirt with a few weeds masquerading as grass. The camp owners have not invested much in capital improvements for many years even though there are many permanent residents who would benefit from the improvements. The bathroom counters are peeling back. The stall doors don't close. There were no mirrors. We stayed here because it was reasonably close to people we were visiting. It was passable as a convenient place to stay for a couple of nights.
This is a permanent camp consisting mainly of trailers and fifth wheels on monthly or seasonal rentals. Some of these RVs have obviously been in the same spot for years. It is not big rig friendly. Our rig is 36 feet, which is as large as we would like to drive on these narrow curvy camp roads and back into the narrow sites.