This camp is not immediately off the highway, but there are traffic noises from side streets. Neighborhood is light industrial and residential mixed. Concrete campground with contiguous concrete closely spaced campsites, but property is fenced with trees lining park periphery; no noticeable shade. Immaculately clean restrooms and laundry room without smelling of bleach. Lake is a man-made and stocked lake; staff and personnel were friendly and helpful. We stayed while our travel companions had their rig repaired.
Awkward approach to service road to access campground, which is in the middle of a neighborhood's backyards. Some trees, tight campsites; however, the four restroom/shower rooms and laundry area are very clean. The front office personnel are friendly and helpful. A few spaces occupied for unit storage and long-term campers.
Campground right off the highway; pulled in late in the afternoon; plenty of spaces available. Sites located on a graduated rise, and "gravel sites" were overgrown and many lacking gravel. Grenada area had had much rain two days earlier, so ground was soft in places. Brass water pressure regulator required on campground faucet since well water pressure surges. In fact, water pressure was not existent in men's bathroom/shower facility. In addition, the bath fixtures were old and dank; bathroom walls painted 1950's blue, two sink-vanity with dim lighting, and single shower stall showed signs of severe wear and missing finish. No stores or food vendors nearby. However, we needed an overnight parking spot, so we paid and stayed, locked the doors, and were on-the-road again very early the next morning.