We enjoyed a month's stay in this nice, old park. The site was large and level, rocked and shady. In spite of being on a major street, it's nice and quiet, and walking distance to a number of restaurants. Walmart and grocery stores are nearby. Everything worked well and was clean. The managers were very friendly and helpful. Yes, it is an older park, with some permanent residents in old units, but they are friendly and quiet. Could not ask for more. (The price I've listed is based on a rate of $400 a month.)
We really enjoyed our 2 months' stay at Travelers World. It was very neat and clean, and well laid out. The streets are wide and paved, making it easy to negotiate parking. There are shade trees and other landscaping. The laundry room was roomy and clean, with plenty of machines. There was a nice pool and hot tub. They are pet friendly and you may walk your dogs on the streets. The manager and employees were friendly and helpful, and there was a nice camaraderie in the park. Being near downtown, on the bus route was great. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat.
Note that the rate listed is based on the monthly rate. I gave it a 3 because it is by the beach and does have full hookups, but it's not a place we would stay again. The sites and streets (rock) are very narrow and very hard to negotiate. The Wi-Fi generally did not work, unless you went to the rec hall. The laundry room is very small, with ancient dryers that didn't work well; only 4 washers and 4 dryers, which isn't adequate when considering all the extra beach towels and swimsuits. While you may find the owner/wife friendly, they may turn on you. After 10 days, we had to move as we were "too close to the planter"--which is where they told us to park. In our month's stay, we were not the only ones who had to move because of petty reasons. Unless you are in a motorhome, do not park your RV along the edge on the south or west, as these sites are set up "backward" as far as which side the patio and hookups are on. These sites were designed for motorhomes pulling in nose first. Unless you have a very small unit, you will have to park your tow vehicle or toad away from the RV on the east side of the park.