What's good: Showers, Cable TV. What's bad: 'Campground'. The other reviews are accurate. I had #6 pull thru. Did the circle round and saw the mess in the back. The staff rep was snotty to me when I asked why I was to pay an extra $8 upon arrival as I always prepay. What was supposed to be $40.41 turns out to be $48.41. You would think the long drive off the interstate through trees etc would get you to a nice treed campground. Wrong! But, have to say, the showers with TV was one of the nicest around...is why I gave it a 5.
We were given #6 which was a pull thru in the back. No trees in this area which required A/C all the time despite 65F days. The sun was cooking us inside so we had to put up with the AC noise. The shower accommodations are among the best I've seen; though only 4 (locked door private sink/toilet/shower) available. Across from us are fulltime 'campers' with homey patios, manicured setting, etc-lol!--and we are on a barren gravel drive. Most are 'waterfront' along several ponds encompassing much of the campground which is very nice.