I loved staying there! We stayed there about 6 months while my husband was working and it was awesome! The owner is very sweet and will help you with anything you need. There is a neat pond right behind the lot and there are 2 restaurant's that are very good. They have a free boat launch and extra space to park trailers and or boats. I loved staying there and it was very quiet.
The park is pretty and does have some shady spots. There are spots that have a view of water where they say you can fish but not keep them, (because it is a waste retention pond, even though they don't tell you that). Do not eat the fish!!! You are not allowed to park on the road when your lot floods or in the empty lot next to you or you get charged a nightly r.v. rate. We stayed a month and it was $500.00 plus $100 deposit which we are not getting back because of the ruts our vehicles made in the grass where we had to park during the flood. Our fifth-wheel and trucks sunk into the mud and we had a huge mess. If you have a temporary porch you have to ask before you use it or you might have to leave it. Every time I was in the office I was treated horrible by the women and eventually stopped going. My husband would go and check our mail so I wouldn't have to be talked down to. I have stayed in a few campgrounds and I have never felt so unwelcome. The only good thing about this campground is it is located close to shopping and it is easy to pull in and out of. This is not somewhere you would want to stay in for a while but more of a pull in pull out kind of place if that. They do have a laundry room but the office staff watch you like you are going to steal something while you are in there. Also at certain times in the evening and sometimes on the weekends the smell of the sewage is horrible and overwhelming. They do make multiple rounds daily to make sure everyone is following all rules and they do have a quiet time between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am so you don't have to worry about any noises besides them driving by. Hope that helps.