Campsites are fairly sparse, no trees or shade, and do not include picnic tables. More importantly, they had a "boil water" advisory in effect, which had been in effect for 3 weeks. Who wants to hook up their RV to bad water? Yet they charged us full price. The restrooms were clean and showers were nice, but that's the only positive thing I can say. You have to pay for Wi-Fi, so we used our own. This is a pretty rinky-dink place. For example, their lending library doesn't allow you to swap books and is only open for 6 hours a week.
This campground doesn't offer much in the way of spacious, shady campsites, but it does offer WONDERFUL private showers and good Wi-Fi. It also has a large meeting room/balcony that would be very handy for a group.
This is a beautiful RV park with lots of mature trees and great spots. Like so many RV parks, they advertise "Wi-Fi" but it doesn't work - and we specifically asked about their Internet when making our reservation. Luckily I have an alternate access method available, but other people may not. So if Wi-Fi is important to you, stay somewhere else.