Even though this KOA was in a convenient location, we would not stay here again. Other KOAs are in locations where they cater to large numbers of visitors and yet give enough room to make the stay pleasurable. This one seems to have the primary objective of crowding as many customers in as possible. Sites are extremely narrow and crowded. Sites can be no more than 20 feet wide. They allow 2 vehicles plus RV on a site. This makes it extremely difficult for back-in customers. The sand roads were rutted after rains. Entrances to bathhouses and offices were on slopes without steps or rails, which made handicapped access very difficult. The area for RVs to park while registering was too small to accommodate the traffic. Bath houses were extremely dirty, so much that we could not use the showers. There were so many children unattended and running in the roads and riding bikes it made it hazardous to enter or exit the park. Aggressive dogs, not properly supervised, rushed out in attack mode when I tried to walk my well-behaved canine. For senior citizens who are accustomed to quiet parks, this was not an enjoyable stay. We debated whether or not to leave early and seek another RV park, but did not do so because if we had left without returning their security entry key, we would have lost our deposit. The park may be fun for families, I would suggest that seniors look elsewhere.