Really enjoyed our stay here. The sites are a decent size and are laid out diagonal to the road which makes your neighbor seem a little farther away. You can feel comfortable bringing any size rig into here. Store just has a few necessities but you can buy anything you want in the local outlet shopping. WiFi was good signal strength even far from office but access was occasionally slow. On busy weekends you probably ought to enjoy the local attractions instead of playing with your laptop.
We have stayed here several times and will again. We prefer the wooded area as it is more shaded and private. It can be a little tighter to navigate than the more open areas but we made it in with a 38' dsp and a motorcycle trailer in tow. The open areas are closer to the activities but often tend to have more partying going on. Seasonal campers were very friendly, they helped a few years ago when we lost an awning to a sudden storm.
We only stayed one night but the park was everything I expected from the positive reviews I saw on this website. Staff was super helpful and friendly, bathrooms were outstanding. Only caveat I can offer for those of us with "big rigs" is that the local road to the park is rated 10 tons. My 38' diesel pusher is 13.5 and the toad is another 1.5. There were no bridges and the park management advised me I should have no problem, and I didn't. I would love to go back but I don't think I'll push my luck again at 50% over weight limit.