This is a very nice RV park, especially considering that it's the middle of no where. There's two big gas stations nearby for those that forgot supplies, but it's not noisy at all. It was very quiet the entire time we were here. The pools were well cared for and my children enjoyed the stay. The WiFi is NOT free, but at $4/day it's not bad. I only interacted with the staff over the phone and did a late checkin and we left early in the morning. The guy running the park called me later in the morning to make sure our stay was good. I would very definitely stay here again if I am passing through the area.
My view of this resort may be a bit colored by the fact that we stayed at a truly beautiful resort the night before in Red Bluff, CA, but I was disappointed in a lot of ways: First, right AFTER I paid for the night, the girl at the front desk tells me that the pool is closed for cleaning. (It's middle of June and 80+ degrees outside. WHAT?? And they didn't bother to put this note on their website). Next, there's a fair amount of road noise from the highway and trains going very near by at all hours. Finally, the sites (or at least the one I was put in) have only 20 AMP and 50 AMP service. No 30 AMP. There's a typically 30 AMP plug but the circuit breaker was 20. Additionally, there's nothing around here within walking distance for shopping or recreation. You have to disconnect and drive to do anything.
This is BY FAR the best RV Resort I've seen ANYWHERE. The amenities are unbelievable. The customer service is remarkable. They guide you to your space with a golf cart, show you the hookups, pick up your garbage. I haven't stayed in a hotel with this kind of attention to the customer and comforts for the traveler. The pool is perfect for kids and adults. The hot tub was great. There's a fire pit with comfy chairs, a lounge with a double-sided (inside/outside) fireplace. I can't wait to go back through town so I can stay there again!