Very friendly staff. We stayed here with a Thousand Trails special. Price was $16.93 a night. We had a pull thru site on grass. We had FHU 50 amp electric. Site had a small 8X10 cement patio. No privacy between sites. All roads are paved but a bit to narrow for big rigs. Our site was in the back row, so behind us was a huge field with cattle roaming around. The park is surround with fields on 3 sides. There is a very clean laundry. Very active park for 55+ community. There is a heated pool. There is a small 3-4 acre lake in back of park for fishing. Our Verizon phone worked well. Over the air TV got about 30 channels. Wi-Fi through Tango- spotty. Dog friendly. Big grass field in front of park, not fenced. Night lighting is good. There is some road noise. There is a small book exchange. There is only one dumpster in the park and it was a very long walk from our site, about a half mile. Biking is good through out park. You can ride into town on a paved road for walking/biking off the main road and very safe. Goes into town for several miles. Super Wal-Mart less then a mile. Two other major grocery stores in 2-3 miles. The park is about half permanent park models and seasonal sites. The front has 30 sites for transients. Very very well kept park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.