Hard to get to at night due to narrow roads, but worth the trip. This was by far the quietest campground we've ever been in. No trains, no Planes, no Freeway noise. Almost spooky quiet. Nice lady runs the place. We may go back just for the peace and quiet.
A fairly nice park, but there are problems. We paid for the "Premium" site on the water. That was a mistake. First - these sites are fairly narrow and use the alternating direction parking so our door and our neighbor's door faced each other. Our awnings were about six inches apart. Second - they forgot to mention that the road between the front row and the lake is public access to fishing. So there was always someone near us fishing. At night, cars would roar down that road at 40+. And, of course, on the morning we were leaving, someone parked right in the way so it was difficult to get out of our spot with toad attached. Location is good, price is right, but if you go here, avoid the front row.
As others have said, this park is pretty cramped. We asked for a pull thru with motorhome towing. Site not long enough with car hooked up so had to hook up at entrance. Streets are very narrow so tough getting even our 30 foot motorhome out of the site without the car. Very close to the Interstate and noisy when you don't have to run AC. Otherwise, clean and well managed.
As others have mentioned, it's tight and the speed bumps are atrocious. Most of them are all scraped and grooved from vehicles dragging their undercarriages. Even more scary, however, is that the water faucet outlets are about six inches away from the sewer outlet, actually right above it. Can't see how you can hook up without touching the water outlet with your sewer hose. To make matters worse, my site and the one adjacent had what appeared to be massive sewage dumps for about 4 feet around the sewer pipe. Probably there was a backup with resulting overflow. No one had done anything about cleaning up the toilet paper and other stuff all around the pipe. Needless to say, we didn't hook up our water hose. This is a significant health hazard.
Ditto to previous posts. Convenient but kind of hard to maneuver in. Pull throughs are tight pulling car with motorhome. And, like everyone else said, sites range from not-very-level to really-not-level. After two tries, we found one that only required three Lynx blocks under each wheel. Hint, if in a motor home, pull in backwards with your fronts down hill, then the two wheels will require only half as many blocks as doing it with the rears.
Nice clean campground. Room sites, but not necessarily level. Only problem we had was pool (in mid August) closed at 6pm. Grandchildren were disappointed - especially since the pool was very nice and exceptionally large for a campground. We would, however, stay here again.