The RV park only has 7 spaces and two of them were occupied with park models. The sites were all pea gravel and mostly level but were very narrow. The parking area for the RV was about 10 feet wide and the adjacent grassy area of our site was about 8 feet. We have a rig with slideouts on both sides and on one side, we were overlapping the neighbour's grass and on the other side, our slideout was over top of our picnic table. When the neighbours opened their vehicle doors, they would hit our lawn chairs set on our grassy area. There was a tree at each site that interfered with the awning so we couldn't put it out at all. The hookups were in the middle of the site which is not convenient for rigs with power at the rear end. The restrooms were clean but everyone was charged extra if they wanted to use them at all. Not sure how they monitored that when the sites were full. The location was between the highway and a railway track that had 15 trains going by each day during both the day and night. A whole lot of shaking going on at times. The website advertised a vineyard but all we saw were a few scrawny and anemic vines that looked like they never grew a grape. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.