I stayed 3 nights. It's a nice park and I'd stay again. The sites are a little close together and seem a little small if you have an RV and a car, but not nearly as tight as I've seen at other parks. There is a picnic table between spaces. Sites are gravel and mine was not quite level. Roads are good gravel ones. They have both back in and pull throughs and there were large rigs as well as small. Cleanliness- very clean and well maintained. Staff-very nice. Amenities-showers, laundry and gift shop. They also have an RV/car wash set which which was getting regular use. There is a large grocery store and restaurant within walking distance. Wi-Fi was free and worked well for my computer, but my iPhone wouldn't connect (though it does everywhere else). Another man had trouble connecting with his computer. There are biking/walking trails that go by the park. The price was 34 for water/electric with a discount. They do not have weekly rates and there was a wait list for long term.
This isn't really a campground. The park just allows overnight stays in the parking lot with some parking marked for RV's for a $12 fee. The location is right in town and has extremely convenient biking and running trails by it. I stayed 2 nights and my stay again due to trails and convenience. It is noisy due to road noise. There are clean bathrooms open during park's open hours but no showers. Showers are available through laundromats or pools here if needed. The Wi-Fi works and they have a water fill available.