Very treed. A bit tight for big rigs. Very clean. Antenna TV was very intermittent. Wi-Fi $3.15/day for use only at the office. Save your money--it rarely worked. Wi-Fi $3 at the Portage library and it worked. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a pleasant RV park in a wooded setting. Most sites appear to be fairly level, some share long pull throughs. Due to the large number of trees the Wi-Fi is only available on a very small number of sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our rate was for a 30A water only pull-through site.The park has plenty of space and seems to be well layed out. The area we were in had the pull-throughs organized in alternating directions which can create a few problems if everyone wants to leave @ once. The park is close to the highway and has a few dust issues or I would have rated it even higher. WIFI is an extra $ 3.00 or less if you purchase it for several days. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Site was a gravel back-in and level. Most of the sites in the back are seasonal. There is a baseball field in the park. WiFi was weak and not working from our site. No cable TV, but got 4 or 5 local channels on the antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park with long term units at back of park and short term grouped at front. Friendly office staff. Roads and sites are gravel with grass separating. Some are wider than others but no problem in putting out slides. Reception for cell phone and data sticks was weak to non-functioning. Did not try Wi-Fi. Stayed here only one night, but would not hesitate staying longer notwithstanding the communication issue. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed here for 1 night but it was a very nicely laid out RV park. The sites were large and nicely treed. The only drawback were the mosquitoes. They were the worst we had ever encountered. We had a back-in site and my wife had her usual job of directing me in, but as I looked at her in the camera it looked like she wanted me to to go up and down rather than right or left as she waved her arms up and down to try to chase the bugs away. In all fairness Manitoba had received a major dump of rain, which probably accounted for the increase in mossies. In the morning we saw people out for their morning walk wearing bug hats. We camped here in a Motorhome.