PROs: Waterfront sites only a few feet from the bulk headed lake. Beautiful views. Slab level and wide. Looks like the park had some strong investment in infrastructure at one time, with concrete parking, boat docks, a nice long fishing pier, boat ramp, club house etc. A couple of covered sites but they were rented to long term tenants. CONs: A whole list. At the core is that there is little maintenance. Whole place has a run down feel to it. Like it was once really nice but now is badly run down. - Grass was mowed but not edged so buildings had 4 ft high weeds growing around them. Playground equipment had tall weeds around it. - Broken beer bottle in breeze way between restrooms that remained during our 3 day visit. Which means the restrooms were not cleaned. - Sewer connection at our site had a broken cap so we could not screw in hose. Looked broken for a long time. So we smelled the sewer when wind was right. - We arrived at 5pm, office closed at 4pm. There was no arrival packet so we had to call the after hours number and wait for someone to show up to open office and tell us site number. There was no map, no instructions about trash or amenities, nothing but a site number. End of fishing pier had some sort of adjustable platform that was broken off and floating in water for a long time. There are no pet cleanup stations. Had to find dumpster on our own, no trash pickup. No laundry that we could find. Had we found a review of the place earlier we would have found a different RV park on the lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.