Small, family-run park. Very friendly, helpful people. Moderate traffic noise if you are parked right along the street. Lovely lake shore waterfront lots at the rear of the park but they are not very long. Streets inside the park are very tight. They have a laundry, did not use. They have 2 50-amp sites along the street. Wi-Fi worked well, only somewhat slow in the early evening, like everywhere. The published rate was the Passport rate for 50 amp service. There was cable installed at our 50-amp site, but it did not work. Water pressure was very low, especially in the morning and early evening. Because of the traffic noise and the very low water pressure, we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We knew nothing about this park before coming here, except it was cheap (rate quoted is Passport). We were pleasantly surprised upon arrival, given a choice between a full hook-up site or a lovely waterfront w/e site. We chose the site on the lake where we could watch the birds and the sunset. They helped us into the site (some spaces looked small, but ours was fine). One evening, they had live music in the lakeside porch, place felt like a friendly neighborhood. Some would complain about tight turns to get in but for the money, we thought this place was great. We stayed for five nights and would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, older park that is in the re-hab process. Owner/s always available and willing to solve any problems. About half are older permanent trailers. Convenient to shopping and Lego Land, but it is on a busy road with lots of traffic sounds and sirens many times a day. Water pressure is poor. Price based on a 32-night stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.