We wanted to love this park, and tried to stay there two years in a row, but the overwhelming sewer smell that is present starting mid day, and the oppressive stickers of all sizes and varieties that are everywhere off pavement won out and we just cannot return.
Not that great for big rigs. Scrapped under low hanging tree branches Narrow sites, narrow roads, funky hookups. Having said that, the cable is good, the pool is nice, the staff was friendly. Great area to visit. This is a good park for small to moderate size units. We will not be camping here again.
This park would be a 10 except: All the surrounding grounds are nothing but stickers and thistles of some sort. The sewer gas is really overwhelming starting about 11am. Too bad, because everything else is so good.
RPI member, paid $10 plus $1 for 50amp, plus $2 for Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi was worthless for internet, did receive email, very slow, not worth the $2 per day. Stayed in site 44 and when it rained we had a puddle up to the bottom step, and then mud for days after. Lots of rabbits around the TV sites and rigs, can't be that healthy for all the kids, and dogs for that matter. Rabbit pellets everywhere. It was a quiet park, even though they allows tents to be pitched along with the RVs with out apparently regulating the number of people that are using them. High light of the area was the Hawk Creek Cafe, small, but worth fitting into. This was a typical membership park, nothing 4 or 5 star, but adequate.
This park had a bad environment, created in part by the junky, surly long term renters, and the lack of interest by the management. There were kids playing in the hot tub for hours (the same kids), and it appeared as if the showers were being used by more than the rv park tenants. We stayed two nights so we could play golf one day. It wasn't worth it. During one of the nights we were there, someone spray painted the back of our tow truck. Avoid this place.