Date of Stay: September, 2007
We were unable to get a full hook up site, and as a result we spent less for the two nights we were here than others have. Although I had specified when I made the reservation that we had a 36' fifth wheel with 3 slides, we were assigned to a space that was just barely wide enough for our rig. It was also barely long enough. With the slides out, we were at the edge of the site on both sides. The sites on either side of us were wider and had small, less than 20' long, no slide campers on them. This was lucky for us or we would not have fit. The owner seems quite full of herself and is not providing the level of service one would expect from a CG with this high a rating in Trailer Life. There is WiFi available, but it is weak at the back of the campground. If you want to use the computer in the office, there is a charge. There is no cell phone service in the entire area, at least from Verizon, but I also heard others with different providers mentioning the same problem, which is not the fault of the campground. There is a pay phone available outside the office in case of emergency.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
The park is clean and appears well maintained. However, the sites at the back are not level, front to back. Using one of those sites would be very difficult. We ended up in the front row and the road noise was the worst we've dealt with in a very long time. The sites are quite close together and earlier comments are correct--while they are pullthrus and can accommodate big rigs, if your rig is large (ours is 36'), you must unhook and park behind your picnic table. We had to move the picnic table in order to do so as we drive a one ton pick up with a long bed. We didn't use the WiFi because there is good cell phone service in the area and our air card was faster. We would not recommend this park to others unless they were desperate. It was expensive for what you get.
Date of Stay: February, 2007
The park is showing its age. The roads are narrow with trees close by, making navigation difficult and reducing the useful size of the sites. The park has had three different owners in the past year, and the new owner doesn't show much interest in improving the infrastructure. For example, a street light was inoperable the entire three months we were there, leaving a corner of the park in darkness. While there are big rig pull through sites available, there aren't very many of them and many of the other sites are small. However, even large rigs were assigned to very small sites, leaving no room to extend awnings. The pool heater and wi-fi were inoperable for at least three months this winter. Any activities must be planned by residents with no assistance from management. There is a firm "no refund" policy so it is not advisable to pay more than one month in advance. There is also an issue with the electric meters (electricity is metered for those staying more than one month) in that they give widely different readings for similar sized and equipped rigs. The management refused to check on the accuracy of the meters. The park backs on to a wet land. Many sites at the back become mudholes after a heavy rain due to poor drainage. Bugs are also a problem, making it impossible to sit outside in the evening without a screen room. The park owner stated his preference to fill the park with long term (six month or longer) residents, as opposed to snowbirds or transients. We would NOT stay there again and many of the people who were there when we were have said the same thing.