We did not camp overnight. We wanted to stop by this park and pay to dump our black and grey tanks. We called ahead, and they said they were big rig accessible. Even though it's a small park, it was a 45 min drive through their park having to go 1-2 miles an hour due to incredibly narrow roads, pot holes (huge - several feet across!), and an incredible amount of low branches. The employee had us follow him down a 30 plus degree hill, and a super narrow dirt path, and we took out several trees branches with our RV (NOT HAPPY about those scratches). We also had to put the truck in 4x4 to get up the hill (nearly didn't make it, and there was nowhere to back up and get a 'running start'). Campers were stopping us and telling us we nearly lost our entire sewer pipe system on the steep hill and that we 'shouldn't be trying that hill in that rig!" (which we wouldn't have if the employee and owner hadn't insisted it was big rig friendly). Then we finally got to the dump station it was a mess. They use chunks of concrete to help you hold down the hose, but their pipe it too small, so it flies off, and we have to clean up sewage. It's super muddy and messy. Then it takes another ten minutes to get out of the campground thanks to the same issues. We burned about a 1/8th of a tank of diesel just driving in this park. Don't camp here. It's mostly seasonals. It's not well maintained and in NO way can it handle anything larger than a20ft trailer and SUV. Lastly we had called ahead to ask how much to fill our fresh water tank with potable water and were told it would be $50.00. It costs more to get water than to camp there for the night which makes no sense at all. We camped at Grand Oaks Park in a Fifth Wheel.