This is an older park. Getting around the park and in & out of the spaces requires caution. Otherwise, it's a good park. The electricity is very good, unlike a lot of parks I've been in. There are lots of mature cottonwood trees, which shed a lot in June, but offer excellent shade. Satellite reception is generally available. The staff are friendly and helpful. Office hours are long. Note that side-by-side sites are pull-through and you need to park at the rear of the site. Staff escorts you to the site and makes sure you are properly parked. Overall, I give it an above average rating.
The best thing I can say about this park is the electrical voltage was good. Maybe because we were almost the only ones using it. When we checked in we were told that there were no sewer hookups available: repairs underway. The swimming pool was not open, don't know why. The most significant feature of the park was the roads. When you enter you go down a very steep, but short, hill to the "A" section. This may have been where the unusable sewer hookups were. Then you proceed into a .4 mile one-way drive along the river. Rough and very narrow with a significant scar about roof level on one tree. The "B" section is fairly flat and not too crowded. Restrooms aren't bad, but non-working electrical outlets in the men's. The real eye-opener was the continuation of the one-way road up to the "C" section. I would guess it was about a 15% grade. It continued upward past "C", around curves, to the crest, then downward at what I would estimate to be a 15-20% grade which included a 90 degree corner followed by about a 110 degree corner. This part of the road is blacktop but very narrow with large chunks broken from the edges. I can't recommend this park.