We should have gone to the local Wal-Mart. We're still here because I'm trying to figure how to get out without either hitting something or getting stuck. I called to make a reservation for an event we were attending. They said no reservations were needed, they have plenty of spaces. Upon arriving in the pouring rain, I was instructed to drive around, find a vacant spot, come back in and tell them where I ended up. They had three or four vacant sites, the best I could tell. I explained that driving around in a 38 ft MH pulling a toad was not very practical. She said well take site 13 and pointed me in the general direction. I walked the cg and I'll be darn if I can find a site 13. I pulled in to #3. What a mess. The place is full of permanent residents and if your "trailer house" is 15-20 years old and not maintained, I guess you should stay here. On each side of me, the trailers are kind of propped up. Can you guess. We would not recommend this place even over Wally World. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I did not enjoy camping in the dirt or mud when it rained. A picnic table would have helped. The owner has gone to great lengths to provide modern bathrooms, laundry and hookups but forgot about providing grass, gravel, cement or tables. It was horrible! I only hope he reads this and decides that his monthly (which there are plenty) need more than a hook up in the dirt. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.