Six miles off the interstate and we had to stop and ask for instructions. Kind of tight getting to our campsite. Our 5th wheel is 39 feet long. Once we got to the site though it was pretty nice. Some seasonals but they kept their sites beautifully landscaped. Cable reception was good. Quiet that night. Again, it was just a little scary getting in and out because of the length of our rig, but the space we stayed in was excellent, everything worked. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The directions to the park take you down some really narrow, really bumpy, country roads which are tough for any size class A to negotiate. There is another way in which is better for RV's. The park is more of a weekend destination for locals as there are more seasonal rentals than campers stopping by. The bathrooms were clean, but in need of updating. Showers are pay. The "lake" is a pond and definitely not something you would want to be camped near during the summer. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.