I find it interesting that a previous post was from Oct 2013 as we were told the campground was only 4 months old when stayed between May and June 2014. But, neither here nor there, the plus side is the park is clean and quiet. The couple who manages the place are very nice people. There is a pool and a small gym (2 treadmills, a stepper, a bicycle and some free weights). The laundry room is clean. That being said, the monthly rate is 650.00 based on 28 days plus electricity, which is little pricey compared to other places nearby. The only reason we stayed here was because it was the closest we could get to LaPorte as all the other campgrounds were completely full. They call it a resort, it's a nice park, but "resort" it is not. The "lake" is a pond. There 27 channels on their satellite. The WiFi is intermittent - (loses connection a lot). The concrete pads are narrow. If you have two vehicles, the spaces they are supposed to accommodate are shorter and they charge an additional 25.00. They also charge an additional 25.00 if you want to use the "overflow" parking spaces. As for the parallel spaces the previous person was talking about, they are supposed to be putting "cabins" in those slots to rent. Until then, they allow campers to park there. too. Like I said, overall, it's quiet, it's clean, it's nice. If your looking for an actual "resort", this isn't it. Would we stay here again? Probably not unless we didn't have a choice. Bottom line is I have seen places just as nice for 100-150 less per month. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The $20.00 a night is based on a monthly rate. This is a brand new park. All the facilities are clean and well maintained. The park layout is difficult at best. There are parallel sites directly in front of the back in sites. If you have a unit in front of you, it will be near to impossible to get in or out of your site unless you are a class C or travel trailer. The parallel sites are backwards as you would have to face the fence if you are to use the electric and sewer hookups that are assigned to you. Fifth wheels will have to jack knife the rig in order to get into one of the parallel sites. We had a very difficult time backing into our site without running over the grass. The sites are very close, and if you have a rig with slides next to you, they will be touching your awning almost. Also they seem to be letting FEMA trailers in the park, and I can see that this will soon be a all permanent residence park. Management is very helpful and very easy to work with. I would not recommend this park to any big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.