I was impressed with this park. Once we checked in, someone was there to assist us while backing in our rigs in. The park is clean, and will maintained, the Wi-Fi signal is very weak if you are park next to the river. But you can always take your laptop to the office, during business hours, or sit outside on the porch after hours. The highlight of our trip was the jet boat tours (I highly recommend them).
We RV here twice a year. The Resort has plenty to offer, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, you name it. The resort office, restaurant, and store has the day to day essentials in case you forget something, and the owners/staff are friendly. The road through out the resort, and rv park are gravel. If you want a shoreline rv spot, I do recommend that you make reservations.
The State of Oregon Park service finally upgraded the power from 20 amp to 50 amp this past winter on the middle and south loops. The north loop is still only 20 amp. If you have a larger 5th wheel, or motorhome, I suggest you use the middle loop.