Camping like i did as a kid. No chrome or glass, just trees, streams, rivers, and friendly people. Camp fires and marshmallows and room for the kids to run and play. Great managers of which you hardly ever see. Close to town and jet boat trips up the river. Will be back as soon as possible.
Class C coaches should park in the back row which is 7 dollars less than the front row. (With a class C you can't see out the windshield anyway.) They block the park entrance after dark, which creates problems if you have gone to town to shop or see the sights. We went back in the exit, what else could you do. We will go back as you are right on the beach, but will avoid July as it is too windy for fishing.