This is the second time we stayed in the park. We find it to be a delightful place with good shade trees and off the highway. It is a small park but the owner makes the effort to keep things in A-1 shape. We felt very safe and comfortable here. The creek is seasonal but when there is a decent rainy season it runs through the back end of the park and you can swim in the creek. By the way, it DOES have a waterfall, too. Yes, there are a full timers here but so what? They are quiet and the RVs they live in are neat and show a pleasing appearance. The grounds and pull through sites are on gravel and not perfectly level but that is what you have blocks for. We enjoyed looking for the wild turkeys that would wander through a couple times a day. The owner, and his wife keep a neat and well stocked mini grocery, too. We will be back if in the area again.
We checked in and planned to stay for three nights. The park is older and not very well taken care of. Grass is unkempt at best. Hookups were much too far forward in the pull through sites. Few or no trees for shade. But the one thing that encouraged us to leave after one night is the other folks who live there full time. I know times are tough but watching some folks across from us living out of an old beat up travel trailer with their very young kids playing in the street and themselves sitting around drinking beer at 9 AM is not my idea of a quiet and safe place to stay. We pulled up and went to a nicer place that afternoon. I would avoid this one if at all possible.