This is a small trailer park that has spots for RVs. The great thing about it is the location (and price!). It's just a couple miles from town, close to two grocery stores, a gas station, and the freeway. It's $100+ cheaper than any other RV place and so much closer to get to everything. The downside is that it's spaces are small, so if you are any larger than we are (35') you wouldn't fit. No TV or WiFi (even tho they say they do). It's really just a place to "park" your rig while you go sight-seeing, which is what we wanted. Lots of shade trees, so it kept it cool for us too. The location & the price was right, and the people friendly - it worked for us. The rate was actually a "weekly rate" of $192. We camped at Chism's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $26.00
This trailer park is within walking distance of downtown, which is it's biggest advantage. It's an older park with many permanent very old trailers there on annual rates, which is a bit unsightly. Bathrooms were average and the daily spots were OK. Staff was friendly, and overall a average older trailer park with over 50% very long term rented sites. Good for one or two nights stay when if one wants to walk to downtown. We camped at Chism's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.
This campground is mostly full time residents. Very small and tight entrance off main road.It has only about twenty sites available. The pull through are narrow and not much room for toad. Cars are parked all over making it hard to get into your spot. Locals watch you try to squeeze past their car instead of moving it for a minute. No where to walk your dog. Sites are dirt and not much room to sit outside or even open your awning. I would not camp here again. We camped at Chism's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.