Very well kept park. Mostly full timers. Grass sites are a little off level but could level the RV OK. Entrance is a long, tree lined lane, but the gravel road is in very good shape. The whole park was groomed very nice. Management is very helpful. Has a small swimming lake and also a small fishing lake. Would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The name of the park should have been a dead giveaway, but we took the word of the park manager who assured us it was big rig friendly - it is not. The road leading to the park was barely wide enough to accommodate our coach, without being scraped by low hanging branches, above & beside us. This road is also extremely long, and is not wide enough for traffic in both directions. We were fortunate no one was exiting as we entered. We did have to wait for the owner to return to his pick-up. He had stopped in the middle of the road & was off gathering firewood. There was no way to go around him, so we waited. The park itself seems to be fairly well kept, but it appears to be no more than a pasture, turned park. It is very uneven, & impossible to get level. This seemed to be a nice place for those with small units, or tents, to spend time with the kids. Hopefully, they can figure out which direction they are supposed to be parked, because it has the most unusual connections we have ever encountered. Other than the one road around the perimeter of the park, there is no indication of where the lots begin, end, or exactly how they arrived at the conclusion they have pull-throughs. Fortunately for us, there were very few sites occupied. We had simply wanted a place to stay the night. In the future, we'll do what many others do: stay at Walmart! Oh yes, the manager decided to begin mowing at 9:30pm & got as close to each unit as possible - blowing damp grass halfway up the side, all the way around, each RV. He did not seem to be a "happy camper". Shaded sites - maybe half a dozen, most pastures don't have trees. We camped here in a camper.