Very nicely upgraded over the last couple of years. Yes, it doesn't have cable...that I know of. Some long timers can subscribe separately. If you have a mounted dish, you might find that your site will have trees that block the signal. Bring a remote dish with you and you'll be fine. Local channels are usually limited to local news, religious and Hispanic programs. I don't speak Spanish, but I wish I did, because some of the programs look quite enjoyable.
This was the nicest KOA we've ever stayed at. It's pet friendly, but they don't tolerate barking. They have a lovely fenced in dog park. Lion Country is right next door and it is an excellent attraction. The lions roaring had us, and the dogs spooked for the first couple of nights, but we got used to it. They've got loads of different species and hundreds of animals there. A must do.
It's a smaller mobile home/RV park, completely renovated, surrounded by a residential/car dealership neighborhood. They just opened a beautiful fenced in dog park. It has a nice club house and exercise bldg. It's really for snowbirds, not short term visitors. It's not conveniently located to many of the local attractions. Those living there love it, but we ran out of things to do the week we were there.
We came for a week and decided to stay two. The park was more than adequate, but the trap range shooting some evenings and the weekends were bothersome at our location and there were planes overhead from the airport. They have plenty of activities that were very enjoyable. Long term campers were very nice if not a bit clicky. They have an excellent pool, club house and activity center. They say they have a 40 pound limit on dogs, but we have 2 Newfoundlands at 120 pounds each and we were welcomed with open arms.