This was a nice park, but really seemed geared towards permanent residents and families living in all kinds, makes and models of RVs. Being close to the river was nice. It was a little noisy at night (we stayed there on a Saturday night) but people did quiet down before too late. We liked the shade trees and lawns. Some residents really spruced up their pads with plants and creative landscaping. The people we met were friendly. The grounds were clean and the management friendly.
Although a quiet and secluded park, my husband and I were not expecting The Towers (what initially appeared to be two gigantic nuclear towers but are actually natural gas towers) so nearby. Upon driving to this isolated area, out in the middle of flat hills and farmers, we were startled by the looming concrete towers, huge warning alarm sirens, dozens of solar panels along the road, and high security surrounding area that resembled too much a military installation. It was a little spooky, to think that an explosion of the gas plant would obliterate us in an instant. We had pre-paid reservations to stay there later in the week but decided to skip it, also realizing that the cost of fuel to get there equaled the $15.00 per night fee. While this might be a good spot for boy scouts, we found it less than desirable.
We loved the beautiful, clean grounds of this area. There are many established trees and foliage, just like a campground. The park was quiet and guests seemed respectful. We stayed for one night, during which time the power company had to turn off the power for a few hours during the night for some work. The RV park manager/owner offered everyone a free bag of ice upon check in for the unexpected inconvenience. We were very pleased with our overall experience and would stay again.