I stayed for 30 days for work. I'm an insurance adjuster so I travel all over the country. This was the first RV park that in have seen that charges a $300 deposit for monthly rental. I paid $440 for the month plus a $300 deposit which took 3 weeks after I left to get back. Additionally I had to pay for electricity which they said I used 619 kWh and charged $0.17 per kWh. I took a photo of the meter before hookup and upon leaving, but my camera screwed up and I can't find the pics. I thought this was high given I was only in my motorhome at nights. Additionally, there were several wireless internet access points, which didn't work very well. One other thing that I thought was very poor service was that their office does not accept Fedex, UPS or US mail for their clients. This was a real issue since I get packages all the time with my work. The distance from the city was also an issue.
This RV site was very convenient to shopping and the interstate. I thought it was pretty high priced at $540 a month plus electricity. When I first called, the staff said they didn't take older motorhomes like mine. I called back and explained who I worked for, and they let me go ahead and stay. They seem pretty selective about what type of people and types of RVs stay at their place. There aren't a whole lot of choices for RV parks because most were bought up during the real estate boom and converted into other type properties. I had no issues or problems and would gladly stay again at this location.
The staff was friendly and easy going. I wasn't sure how long I would be staying so they worked out a special deal for me. $150 a week, but no more than their monthly rate. This was pretty nice of them because most RV parks won't work with you along these lines. The site I was at, was not level. The hookups were easy and close. It was kind of hard to get in to. Looks like several people live in their RVs here. Overall, I would stay again, but really Internet and cable TV are a must for me. However the price was right and it had good access to I-75.