WiFi didn't work, no discount because it didn't. (I asked) They have spray painted the grass/weeds/dirt green and when it rained the green ran all over everything. No cable. Pool closed. The best part about this campground is that you can walk to Graceland.
The park advertised 70 cable channels but were in the process of switching to another system, so we had nothing. We were not advised in advance when making the reservation of this problem. The showers worked great until someone started the washing machines in the laundry room, then there was but a trickle of water at a very inconvenient time in the shower process. The hot tub was lukewarm, and the entire area was just too gross to even think about getting in the water. But the worst part of it all was the rude women who worked the registration counter in the morning at check out. I asked for her name, but she would not give it to me. When we made a complaint about the above she stated she had worked there for 10 years, and we were the first people to ever complain! Really? I found this very hard to believe. The fact that they use the word "resort" in their name is a joke. This place is far from it.
This is a clean and tidy campground, but not very modern. A very small pool and hot tub. Small laundry room, but clean. Nice meeting hall. Very old exercise machines. Campsites are close together. Lots of activity with many people leaving and coming. They do have a certain percentage of regular snowbirds. One of the best things is that the river walk trail in right next to the the resort. Easy access for walking or bike riding. The trail is very nice...concrete and you can walk or bike all the way to downtown.