This is a very very nice park. It is set in the woods, very long and wide slots. Roads are adequate but watch for trees (or look at the scars from those who did not). Single water station at front of park and dump station off the Hot Springs road. Wish they had full hookups so we could stay longer without having to pull out and dump/fill. Whitehorse is about 20 minutes away and they are a mile away from the wildlife preserve. Hot Springs is a single concrete pool, lots of locals tend to visit in the late afternoon and evenings but still nice. Locker rooms are clean, but shower requires a lot of arm strength! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park seems to be under construction. Entry road very rough. When we arrived we found out this is not a "full service" RV park. Having boon docked for a week, this was a real disappointment because the spaces appeared nicely treed and shady. Showers would cost "only" $3/day each person and had to walk to the hot springs which wasn't an open for us as it would be a hike. Therefore, definitely not a senior friendly park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose a dry-camp site; electric sites cost $15 - $20 more. Paved road to the park, but narrow dirt road to sites. (Be sure to emphasize how large your rig is and how much room you need to maneuver when making reservations, and again upon check-in.) Sites are in the trees, so there's lots of shade. Hot springs pool is great! Campers get a discount on the pool fee. Quiet location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.