Pull-through pads are broken and weed choked. I would not try this in a larger rig. No facilities at all. Test electric before hook-up. Very nice city park in Atwood, just west of Oberlin. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Advertised as big rig friendly with pull through sites, we found neither to be true. The concrete slabs are mostly unlevel and broken, the roads are deeply rutted with sharp turns and although I stumbled around on foot to locate a level site that we could pull in to, none were usable. Weeds everywhere and at least one site was blocked by a broken picnic table. We reversed down the street and left. There may be a back in-site suitable for a small TT at the entrance but otherwise the park is in need of a major overhaul and I wouldn't risk pulling in or hooking up. Woodall's gave it a 3 W rating in 2006. Maybe it was nice then. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a "when you need to get off the road" only spot. It had been raining so that would explain the huge ruts in the road getting into the park. Our pad was concrete, but pretty much everything else was dirt and gravel with a bit of lawn. There is no cable or Wi-Fi, and with it being a park in need of some TLC, we found the price of $25.00 too much. However, the owners were very friendly and accommodating and allowed us the use of their electric vehicle (much like a large golf cart) to take into town. We would not choose to stay here again, however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owner of this park is very pleasant and friendly. In fact he has a nice golf cart which he lets you use to go into the downtown area for shopping or dining and it's really fun to drive it around. The park is in a very quiet neighborhood. The voltage at our site was very high: above 130 volts inside the coach and our Progressive Industries protection device shut down our power several times before we bypassed it. The owner says high voltage is normal here and because of that we won't be stopping here without calling to see if the voltage is at a normal level. Other than the voltage, I would give this park a higher rating. The owner goes South for the winter and leaves the park open on an honorary fee box. The park belongs to CampClubUSA so fees would be $10 if you are a member. We camped here in a Motorhome.