This campground is at the end of approximately a one mile narrow gravel road choked with trees. The trees raked the sides of the motorhome continuously. The campground, while appearing spacious and with the grass trimmed, was populated predominantly with very old and inoperative rigs. The office was not marked and could not be identified. Since not a single person could be located, we did not stay. The roads in the campground could not accommodate a 36ft motorhome with toad. I was forced to unhitch the toad in order to exit the park. Since we did not stay we cannot rate the facilities. However, the difficulty driving the park's roads and the damage to the RV from the trees garners an unsuitable rating for nearly any size RV. Cutting down numerous trees on the entrance road and those trees obstructing the park roads would raise the park to an "acceptable" rating. Amazingly the park is a Passport America park. We camped here in a Motorhome.