This is a beautifully wooded and very family and pet friendly. This is not a parking lot setting. Don't let the address fool you. It is far enough from the highway that it is never heard. Yes, there is a steep climb for a short section of the entry road, but our antique coach had no difficulty. FHU sites are very limited. WiFi is N, but seemed very slow at times. All sites have 30A, but not all are convenient to city water. We didn't care, but others might. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has been here awhile so we were puzzled as to why it wasn't listed on RV Park Reviews. Upon check in, the sign at the entrance of the park states "now open to the public". One can assume it's been a private campground for some time, although the clerk said it was a KOA at some point. Very nice, shaded park. Long, easy entrance road with a surprisingly steep (but short) ending getting up to the registration area. Very clean store and registration area. No problems at check in, we were given a double site that you could pull through. Stick to the main roads of the park for best big-rig access (I made a wrong turn trying to pull into the site for best sewer access, and ended up having to back out for quite a way from a side road). Showers were tile floor and walls, separate changing area, bathroom cleanliness was good. Quiet park with many well kept (I would assume) seasonal. Overall this is a great find, and would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.