This is the second time we have used this park for an overnight stay. No snow this time so no puddles to wade through to get hooked up. We were given a site he says he keeps for the big rigs as we are 42 feet and towing. The site, however, had only 30 amp power although the park advertises that they have 50 amp. It's close to the highway but doesn't have highway noise. The Wi-Fi works much better this time than it did on the last visit a couple years ago. We didn't use the restrooms. Was hoping to buy some food supplies in the store but there wasn't anything to buy except bottled water. They might not stock up during the cold months. The park is adequate and conveniently located. We'd stay here again.
Wide paved roads with narrow gravel sites and big concrete patios. Your neighbor might be only a few feet from you. A few sites are long enough to accommodate a big motor home. Restrooms/showers were small but clean. Two pools with different water temperatures so you can choose warm or cold. The clubhouse had a library and pool tables.
Glad we stopped here. Gravel roads and sites but level with grassy areas between sites. Restrooms were immaculate and showers were large. Wi-Fi was good. Staff were some of the friendliest we have ever met. Small store had a little bit of everything from food to RV supplies. We were having problems with the RV so having an RV tech right at the RV park was a big plus. He fixed all our issues for a very reasonable price. When we are in the area we will always use this park.