1. I paid more than the advertised price. My fault. I didn't check first and just assumed I was paying the right price. Now I look on the Internet and find I paid lots more. 2. "Resort" is a real stretch. This park needs serious maintenance, or a make-over. Gravel roads and walkways means chunks, stones, not pea gravel. 3. Calling this a riverfront resort is a joke. The stairs to the river defy OSHA. Anyone above 60 may die in the attempt. The riverfront is covered with brush. There is no way to view the river, or fish from the bank. You will need waders. And there appears to be a hobo camp at the bottom of the stairs. 4. Wifi was advertised, and inquires brought the response that the park had complete coverage. I asked if the selected site also had coverage brought an affirmative response. Then the money changed hands, and the wifi coverage disappeared. I had to change sites to get any coverage at all, next to the shower building where the broadcast is located. There the reception was one bar.
Second best RV park we ever stayed in. River front sites allow you to listen to the flowing water all night long. The park is very well maintained by polite and respectful people. Has social events on most days. There is a crowd that comes back every summer, and know each other well. Only one negative: WiFi was not consistently available, and weak when present. Bandwidth problems prevented an entertainment download more than once.