Date of Stay: June, 2006
Not very impressive. Power was very poor, 104 volts on one leg at about 25 amps draw, one roof air kept kicking off. Our water did not work, but we have a holding tank so no biggie. Not well maintained, but adaquate for a night. Easy in and out for our 45' motor home. Better than Walmart I guess. We will try the KOA up the road next time.
Date of Stay: February, 2005
First of all, this is NOT a campground, nor is it your normal RV park. It is mostly for lot owners, with some rentals available. We could only stay (2) nights, and the sales person said they sometimes cancel reservations if the lot reserved has been sold. These folks are interested in selling lots, not in catering to transients. We were not set upon like 'fleas on a dog', but the salesperson has come by and talked to us several times, very nice guy, not high pressure at all. We are taking a tour tommorow just to be nice, but are not interested in buying yet. This place is beautiful, and I would not hesitate to buy here if we wanted to live around here, but don't exptect to pull in here and find site to stay the night, that's not what this place is about. In fact, they should not list this place RV park books and CD's. It is a retirement community for RV'ers, and a top notch one at that. Some of the sites are absolutely amazing. Lots of Prevosts, etc. BTW, you can rent out your lot if you own here, but they get 50% of the gross. If you are looking to buy, you should stop by. Keep going if you are just planning on staying the night.