I drove our 36 footer with NO problems. Although the roads appear intimidating and are more narrow and curvy than I was accustomed, the turns are nicely wide and trees are trimmed of any heavy branches or anything that would mar our RV. Because I am not a confident backer, staff helped me back into our lot the first time. After that, I had no need! Even with double slide-outs, we had plenty of room for campfire, table, bikes, tiki-torches and kids. For this trip, I did not pull a car and drove the RV daily. Access to our site (#14) was not a problem. The staff was not just polite and professional, but friendly and personable as well. They were patient and helpful at the boat docks with the kids, not just "suck-uppy" to us adults. This is not a 'country club' resort, nor is that what we wanted. It is a GORGEOUS wooded campground with private lots. Owner and his staff do a wonderful job of making you feel welcome and 'served' without encroaching on your 'space'! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The web pages made this sound pretty nice, but we didn't find it to our expectation level. First the roads in the campground were in need of maintenance. I worried about taking our Class A on them. There are some tight turns and wash-outs to watch for (esp the corner between #12 & 13 - turn, back, turn, back, and turn was needed to get around it). The campsites were not real pleasing to us: most were small and packed tightly together. Some pull-throughs (like #18) had significant slopes. Owner was quite pleasant. Many pop-ups were doing just fine in the sites. Owner advised us not to take our rig into sites 1..6 as we would have trouble turning around so we didn't see those. We camped here in a Motorhome.