This is a nice clean park. Since it is near a major street it can be a little noisy. It has very few amenities and grocery shopping is about 7 miles away. There is a Target and a Walgreens near by. Plenty of fast food. The manager does not seem to like animals. We were feeding a couple of feral cats and he did not like that at all. Instead of coming a talking to us in a civilized way, he knocked on the door and as soon as my husband opened the door the manager began yelling at him. He has people who watch and report to him so our concern for the cats finally caused us to decide to find another RV park. As long as you abide by the manager's rules, you should have no problems.
This park is alright for a stay overnight, but I wouldn't stay there for an extended period again. The main drawback is the spaces are so close together there is no room for the usual picnic tables. There are a few pull-throughs, again, very close together. Getting in to a back-in is tricky. This kind of area in the summer should have a swimming pool and this park has none. A minor complaint, since most people have a satellite dish, is the cable TV consists of 12 channels, 13 if you count the cartoon channel. This place is OK, but I wouldn't recommend to anyone.
This is a fairly quiet campground, but it is old, and the sites are designed more for trailers and campers. It's a squeeze getting a 40' motorhome into a space. They state they have 50 AMP, but, according to their map, only 6 of the spaces in the entire park are 50 AMP, so if you stay there in the summer, if you don't get one of them, you will have to rely on the many trees to help keep you cool in those hot months. And it does get hot in this area.
This is a nice park, but I feel I have to share the experience we had. While we were staying there a large group of bikers came in. They stayed in the level above us and drove us crazy. (Right now I'm listening to motorcycles roaring back and forth). Every time they went to the office, the store or the laundry they went on their motorcycles. My complaint regarding the park is that when I asked if they could at least talk to them about turning down their loud radios, nothing was done and they treated me as if I was trying to create trouble for them. We will never stay in the park again. No one else may ever experience what we went through but the response, or lack thereof, has turned us off of this park.