Date of Stay: April, 2007
Under new management that appears nice enough at first - fellow has a rather hot and quick temper - many, many trees which is nice until storm season, but shade is good - can get LP, ponds have dried up in summer heat, but all in all not a bad park. Close to shopping. They want Class A coach owners to put white siding around coach and set up permanent sewer attachment...Silly to do that if you roll! Pet policy changed to only 2 pets, I have two tiny dogs and a small cat (all inside pets) will not get rid of one, period. They don't push the point yet. Yet, no one seems to worry about all the feral cats roaming about. Are all parks like this? Owned by others, managed by irritable people? Amazing journey for a full-timer.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
Privately owned, close to nature, far from town, no amenities like LP(that stopped in 06 and trucks not allowed in except for park models)...they okay pets, but keep changing minds about how many (only two allowed maybe, maybe not depends on owner's mood)...they keep waffling about everything, sheds, hookups, lots, you name it...electric on, off, in summer mostly off...no concrete pads to speak of so it floods a lot, mega-flooding. No wifi, store at front has 2-year-old cans of soup...just not my idea of customer care. Prices up, amenities down. Sad.