We called this park based on the review on this site. No one answered the phone and it went to voice mail. We decided to visit anyway. When we got to the park there was a gate with a security code pad as the review stated but there was no number posted to call for the code. We called the number listed on the site again and got voice mail again. Needless to say we did not stay at this park.
This is a very nice quiet park out in the country. They have a nice club house with a kitchen and several dining areas,a lending library, and a billiard room. There is a large herd of deer (50 or more) that visit everyday. The roads and pads are all concrete and level. Hookups are well located. In summary I can think of nothing negative about this park. We really enjoyed our stay here and will definitely return.
We arrived about 3pm and stopped outside the keypad locked gate and called the posted number. The lady who answered gave me the entry code and said to come back downtown to another location to pay for the site. I told her we were only staying overnight and didn't want to unhook our toad. She said that was fine she would be at the park right after 5pm. We entered the park and discovered that all the sites were back in and there was no place to turn around without unhooking the toad. Since we had no choice we unhooked the toad and backed into a site and got set up. We waited until 6pm and no one showed up to collect our fee. We went into town and ate dinner and returned to the campsite. When we left the next day we still hadn't seen anyone from the campground management. Heavy rain was moving in and we were trying to beat it home so we left. I called them and left a message on their voice mail to contact me about payment by mail. I am still waiting to hear from them. The park was clean and well kept. Maneuvering was a little tight for a big rig. This park as stated before seems to be set up mainly for long term stays. Not a good choice for overnight. The lack of a place to turn around once you are in the park was a real minus. The first time I have encountered this in over 40 years of rving.