Disappointing for a Good Sam Park. Set on Belt Highway and on a hill. First appearance is junkie. This was reinforced when we entered the office area. The park sells electronic cigarettes and candles and this dominates the office area: which is also cluttered. There are RVs at the top of the hill and on down. Some of the trailers are not in very good shape. Restrooms and laundry at the crest of the hill (most of the RVers are down the hill). Parking for one truck only and many park on the road rather than in their spot making travel (including backing out) through the park challenging. We found the staff to be less than friendly. There is an overall sense of not caring. Very few if any repairs have been made to sites including the concrete pads, gravel or grass. While the park does accept pets, there is little space for them to be walked: especially when the park is busy. There are no sidewalks outside the park. We are fulltime RVers and would not stay here again.
First, we almost did not stay here because of a previous review. I am glad that we decided to camp here. All of the sites are very roomy and allow plenty of room for any size RV. And yes, there are rules to follow: and the rules have reasons: insurance, safety, etc. Could rules be explained in a more gentle tone? Yes. All rules, including where to go in case of storms, etc., are shown on a very nice park brochure. We were very pleased with our site, the courteousness of the staff, cleanliness of all: including the showers, laundry and the like. Very nice office and store with some amenities not always available at all parks. We were disappointed in the large rock on the park roads. Time and weather will smooth out the roads. We would camp here again.