On the upside, there are cement pads; but some are broken. Owner, I assume, was standing by the convenience store to flag us in. After our neighbor turned his very loud tunes off, we did get a good night's rest. Certainly a little seedy, but OK for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We pulled in, looked around, and pulled right back out. This park, though advertised in tourist brochure and looking wonderful, was actually a little scary. It was located in the industrial area of the town, behind a quick-stop and run-down "seedy" looking motel. The few campers we saw there looked to have been there a while and the pool was surrounded by a fence, barely visible from the overgrown weeds (waist high). Pull throughs were advertised. However, the ones we found were unlevel and we had to pull through one to exit the very small park. We did NOT feel safe there and opted to leave. WE DID NOT STAY. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.