Campsites are fairly sparse, no trees or shade, and do not include picnic tables. More importantly, they had a "boil water" advisory in effect, which had been in effect for 3 weeks. Who wants to hook up their RV to bad water? Yet they charged us full price. The restrooms were clean and showers were nice, but that's the only positive thing I can say. You have to pay for Wi-Fi, so we used our own. This is a pretty rinky-dink place. For example, their lending library doesn't allow you to swap books and is only open for 6 hours a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is primarily a retirement community with some homes and many owned RV lots. The 20 listed are for travelers. Its a gated CG and well kept. There are no rag tag units or sites. The sites have ample room. The site we had had the 50 amp hookup on the wrong side of our coach and about 30 feet further than our cord would reach, but had a 30 amp hookup well within reach. WiFi is only available in the rec room. The rate we paid was for Coast to Coast. We would stay there again, just not in site 183. We camped here in a Motorhome.