This was an old run down park with no one on duty just drop payment in the office door. It was raining the day we stopped here and the entire park was a swamp. Would not stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off I-57 and easy to access but there is no sign at the entrance except "vacancy". No one in the office. Hodge-podge of sites that were once orderly. Difficult to see what water spigots went with which sites though water and electric were excellent. Sewer hookups in the center of each site. Advertised free cable TV in Trailer Life but it was not available. Showers and washrooms not available for use. No lighting after dark. There was a sign on the office door giving the rate of "$30 for one night, $25 for two or more nights. Put money in slot." What a joke! No amenities, no host: for $30 a night! We planned on staying two nights but left the following morning, never having seen another soul. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A park with large gravel sites. The park is in town and has some road noise and traffic. O.K. for overnights. Notice was posted that they do not honor Passport America rates at this time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A decent place to stay at a decent price. Just minutes from the highway, we arrived at this park in the early evening, on a 20 degree winter day. The 5 inches of snow on the ground made it a little difficult to identify exactly where the spots were, but we were quickly set up due to the level ground and convenient hook up. All water faucets were frozen, but the power and cable TV worked great. The showers and bathrooms are inaccessible at this time of year as the park is unattended. The park is well lit, but the neighboring apartment building guests were a bit noisy. Overall, this is a nice place for a night's rest and we will stay here again whenever we travel south. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.