Half of this campground is closed due to construction, and other half is reservations only. I wouldn't recommend coming here this summer, because chances are that you will not get a site. We were forced to go elsewhere to find a site for our 40 footer. It has gone down hill sense they started taking reservations. But over all, when there isn't construction, it's a good place to go.
Park has clean washrooms, a nice pool and is close to a historic town and gas station. But there are barely any trees when in big rig stalls, and the sites are close together. Located beside an emu and alpaca farm. It's over priced and has weird rules like, you can't put out an area rug, and you have to park your truck in a specified area. (?)
Over all, everything is very nice and accommodating. Has nice villa decks, and they supply BBQ with propane. An awesome place to stay, but some pull through sites are a bit too small. Also they make you pay to use the ping-pong, pool, foose-ball, etc.