This was a nice park. We had water and electric with wifi at our site. Road into this park was the worst I've ever been on. They should fill the potholes. Also the dump station is outside the park but convenient to the main entrance road. It would have been helpful to know that before we got settled because driving back out that road was not fun. That is really the only negative we had concerning this park. If they fix the road we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Site taken was a gravel pull through and level. Local TV has 2 channels. WI-FI worked okay. A boardwalk trail goes around Woolfrey's Pond. Some of the old electrical campsites have only 15 amps. The new ones in the center all have 30 and 50 amps. Access road to park is gravel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
20 serviced sites (E&W) in a gravel parking lot. But the pull thrus are separated by grass plots. Looks like they are trying to upgrade. Unserviced sites are in trees. Wi-Fi was new this year and sometimes worked. Have a small beach for kids on the pond. A handicapped boardwalk goes around the lake - a nice walk. City water and the dump station is on the way out at the city public works yard. Kids checking us in seemed to know what was important to us. Strange laundry in town - all sorts of machines take all sorts of coins but can get change at the dry cleaners attached to the laundry. Important directions - turn left at Church Road and follow the gravel road to the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.