This campground is in a rural setting. All sites are level. It is near Black River canoeing and driving distance to Iron County activities. The owners/designers are RVers so the park is thoughtfully planned out to be user friendly. The Wi-Fi was iffy.
We were in a premium site with a little more patio, but little space to park our tow. There were too many golf carts zooming about, some with young drivers. There was no dog walk area close to our loop, so pet owners were forced to bring thir dogs next to the sidewalk near our coach for their business. The transportation to the parks was convenient to our site and,as always, the Disney staff was top rate. We were travelling with another coach and were placed next to each other, although they had not promised this ahead of time.
The lady in the office was friendly. This is a campground where whole families are living in older trailers. We were one of the two non-residents for the night and we were put side by side close to the train tracks.
The campground was clean and relatively quiet. However, the staff was not very helpful and sometimes seemed "clueless". The wi-fi did not work for 7 of the 8 days we stayed, and the young lady at the desk said it was no big deal because it was free to us. We will probably stay at a different campground next October.