The park power ran consistently LOW the entire time we were there. It dipped to 108 before we left - not a good thing for your appliances as you know. Roads are small and narrow and do not accommodate big rigs. The roads were made out of red clay and some light gravel, which turned very muddy when it rained. We spent three days mired in mud and it really put a damper on our visit. The Inn is very commercial in nature and could make great improvements if it would just be more Rv'er-friendly. You get the sense from staff that they know they’re the only game in town.