Although close to I-35, the road noise is minimal. The entrance is wide and very easy to enter. The sites are level and wide. Monthly sites are kept separate from traveling guests. The owner is very pleasant, has a great sense of humor and greets his guests with warmth, even if you have never met before.
This family owned park is going through a bad time and it's having an effect on the campground, staff and in turn the guests. The son and wife seem to want to own the park from the son's father, who seems to be very nice and cordial and this takeover is creating an atmosphere through out the park with the staff and guests in the middle. The park is lacking in any sign of management and the groundsman on a yellow golf cart seems to do no work at all and relies on the other worker to do all the work. The trees seem to be in poor or bad repair and look as if they will fall down at any time on my rig. The overall sites are in need of being leveled and consist of stones and sand with very small broken and cracked patios. The laundry and bathrooms are in very good clean condition, while the rest of the park looks very run down. The swimming pool badly needs painting and the rusty supports and ceiling tells it's own sad story of neglect, and lack of maintenance.