A clean park in a nice secluded area. Spaces are private due to tall hedges on both sides of all the sites. You have to drive out of the park to find activities, but it is a nice place to spend the night.
We had a tiny spot between the one door to the bathroom and the swimming pool, so people constantly walked through our site. We asked if we could move to a different spot we found open, but were told our RV wasn't big enough for that spot. (29 feet isn't big enough??) They then crammed tent people between us and the pool, giving us more foot traffic through our site. They obviously just wanted as much revenue per night as possible. The streets were lined with parked cars, so two RVs going in the opposite direction could not pass on the road. When we returned from a day trip, we found more tents behind us, and one of the wonderful campers had dumped our barbecue pit out in the middle of our tiny patch of grass, and taken it to their own tent site. (Although it wasn't a site, just a tent set up next to the other tents.) The security guards were too busy yelling at small children trying to get into the pool area to actually see what was happening in the rest of the park. The basketball court and street flooded due to the irrigation of the field across the highway. We ended up leaving a night early, because our own yard was much more scenic and peaceful than this over-crowded park. We will never stay here again.