Timber Ridge RV Village was a stopping point for one of our small trips. The check in process was smooth with a friendly customer service rep. Getting into our site was quite difficult considering it was a back in. The roads are all gravel, and it is heavily forested in a pleasant way. The showers were not clean nor the restrooms. There weren't any amenities and it was a bit far from any highly urban areas. For a stopping point, it was definitely worth the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park just didn't do much for us. It was OK for a place to say for a week. We chose it for it's location. The price reflects the weekly rate. It's all gravel back-in's. The roads are a little rough and have some of the worst speed bumps I've ever encountered. Quite a few long-term residents and older rigs. Nearly all sites are shady. In fact, we had to trim some low hanging branches to get into our site. Overall, not a bad place to stay, just lacked character. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.