We stayed here twice this summer. It was pretty full both times. The sites are very narrow, so that if your neighbor has his awning open, it might touch your RV! But they did accommodate our big rig and trailer in a pull-through. The pool is nice, and they have a nice play area for kids. The park is convenient to I-80, and really is not noisy. We would stay again.
This is a very busy park. We had previously seen it several times, although this was the first time camping. Most of the sites were full, lots of people, kids, dogs etc. which is the way I think an RV park should be. The pool is nice, the people in the office were nice. However, the office closes at 5:00 P.M., a very early time. The roads through the park are narrow and some of the turns difficult with a 45" motorhome with trailer. They have several spots for dropping a trailer (extra charge) but reserve ahead. Because it had rained a lot before we got there, a lot of the sites were pretty wet; ours was right by the door (of course there!) Previous reviewers mention noise, and if your site is right near the entrance, I'm sure it is noisy. But it is in an urban area, so we expected noise. If we were to be in the area again, we probably would stay again.
We actually stayed at this place 2 times, a week apart. My main comment about this place is that Trailer Life indicates this place has a "swimming pond" and playground. The small, brown pond is NOT a swimming pond, and the playground was a swing set. However, there was plenty of space for the kids to run around, and the sites were easy to get into especially because it wasn't very crowded. We were not told of any tornado shelter, but sure wish there had been one. The second time we stayed there a tremendous storm came up overnight which was pretty scary. Obviously we all survived, but there were lots of large tree branches down all over the place. We are sure that if we go out I-80 again, we'll stay there again.