On the wrong side of town for convenience. Wi-Fi is really fast. A so so park but OK for over night-a little much for what they have. Met the older guy-fun but really works his tail off. Makes sure that you have everything and is a load of good information. Will return.
I called in and the manager said that he would take care of me (I drive a big rig). When I arrived he took me to a site, made sure that I was properly parked, helped me set up, and made sure that I knew where everything was. The park is an older park with uncommon bow type sites that look difficult but are real easy to get in. Plenty of room to maneuver and put your slides out. Close to I-80 but not much noise. Lots of grass and no one beside you --older but really nice.
Just a gravel parking lot. I used to stay a couple of times each year, but found that other parks are available. It is also just a gravel parking lot with W, S, and E but at half the price with no noise and they do not nickel and dime you.
The park is a settled park -- I hate it when people say an older park because it now has large trees throughout the park. The roads are a little rough but passable and the sites are most unusual in that they are bow sites with ample room on both sides for slideouts. We needed a longer sire and were accommodated by the manager who had to do some rearranging (the guy really busts his tail around there). A really great place to relax and I would really recommend it. A well kept park.