There are no shaded areas for camping. You are in one giant field that has extremely poor drainage. All of the sites seemed to be very wet but our site in particular (169) created such a suction when you walked that you had to watch your shoes didn't come off. We asked to be moved to one of the less swampy sites but we were told the campground was sold out. By Sunday morning, there were still many empty sites. If you have a slide out, parking is very tricky because the sites are very narrow. The cable wasn't working very well either. Our neighbors finally gave up and used their dish instead. The only positive things about our weekend stay was the pull thru site and the indoor pool. We won't be back.
The campground actually has trees which is a nice change of pace these days. If you aren't looking for full hookup, there are some nice level sites for overnight stays. If you are looking for full hookups, you will be on a hillside. We stayed in the campground after Labor Day so it wasn't very crowded. We were able to pull into our site because the site behind us was vacant. It would have been very difficult to back into the site due to the narrow roads in the campground. The campground employee guided us into our site and had us pull the trailer right up to the road. He then directed us to park the truck behind the trailer. We parked this way because to make the trailer more level. Unfortunately campers took up residence directly across the road from us. When it was time to leave, they weren't at their site so we had to move a lot of their items just to get our truck in front of the trailer to hookup. You will also hear the interstate noise 24 hours a day. This campground is better suited for smaller trailers.