This park has seen better days. Big rigs will have some difficulty getting out due to sharp turns. The park seems focused on the seasonal sites. Staff were not friendly and totally confused on sites. Our reservation (for a group of 3 RVs) was made two months in advance and a deposit charged with the understanding we wanted to be together. On arrival they had no record of one person and confused on which sites we were supposed to be on. Pieces of paper were used to track sites and were stuck in the wrong places. Note that there are only shared pedestals between sites with hookups so one has to pull in from opposite sides to hook up water/sewer etc.We ended up face to face with strangers. They were not family friendly for weekend campers. The swimming pool was closed on Saturday afternoon for an "adults only" swim party from 1 to 5 PM. They did not enforce any pool rules and there were many drinking from glass bottles in and around the pool. Many disappointed kids and peeved parents on Saturday afternoon. So if you paid for a weekend you could only take the kids swimming for a short while Friday evening or Saturday morning. One camper in a motorhome was yelled at by the campground owner because he pulled over to let a wagon ride by on the narrow road. He was rudely told to get the "h..." of the grass along with a few other choice words. (The owner's son was trying to calm him down telling him this was not the way to talk to guests). For a busy weekend in July, it was surprising that there were many empty sites. In contrast the campground 12 km away was full. Bottom line, I'd only recommend it for a one-night stay passing through if nothing else is available.
The major thing we disliked about this camp ground was location of then next sites sewer dump, only a couple of feet from out picnic table. At all the sites with full hookups the dump location seemed closer to your neighbours than to your own pad. Would only recommend for a short term stay. Otherwise owners are very friendly and the grounds neat and tidy.