Nice quiet park. Very convenient to Quebec City and shopping. Wi-Fi service very good. Sites were well kept and are packed gravel. They have fire rings and tables at each site. Staff provided a welcome kit with local maps, sightseeing ideas, and simple translation phrases. I really don't know the rate as I was here with a caravan group and rate was prepaid. Many sites are shaded. We had some trees around us so couldn't get our satellite reception. We could have asked for another site but TV wasn't important while here.
We found the staff to be very friendly. The sites were large on hard packed gravel. Some sites are shaded. They had a nice area set up with yard games for anyone to use anytime. Park was super clean and well kept. We would stay here again if in the area. The rate we paid was a Passport rate. They also honor Good Sam. Wi-Fi was excellent all over the park.
We checked Woodalls and Passport America books and saw nothing telling us this place can NOT handle a Big Rig. While traveling we called their reservation number. It's in Florida and the people there don't know the park. At the park, the one office person was unqualified. After a lenghthy checkin he guided us into the park to our site. What a huge mistake! The paved road turned into a 8-9 ft. road through a forest of uncut low hanging trees. I was forced to continue through scratching the rig. Some large branches were a my eye level spanning the road. When he got me to the site there was no way to maneuver into it. I asked for a better site. That was worse. I said I wanted out of this forest and a refund. I had to continue further through trees to get out. He could not arrange the refund. I spent a half hour on the phone with the Florida office trying to get my refund. The office there was incredibly inept and I still don't know if I have my refund. We had to leave and stayed in a Wal-Mart lot overnight. Also while in Pine Acres, I overheard someone call the office saying they had been robbed there. Definitely AVOID this park. There was no free Wi-Fi either as advertised in Passport. The $20 was a Passport price.
Park was about 7 miles out of Moab. You can see some distant arches. Sites were gravel. We stayed in a premium site facing the arches. Area is dusty and a little noisy because there are plenty of ATVs running around.