This is a clean, neat park, but certainly lacks a campground ambiance. Sites are level with gravel and cement with picnic tables, but no shrubbery or privacy, exacerbated by a fair amount of traffic through the park as well. The rules forbid vehicle washing but a commercial RV detailing outfit often started working (and noise) at 8 a.m. The Wi-Fi worked for us only when there were a significant number of vacant spots, which was very frustrating. Reception was location dependent, although one resident reported that this is being worked on. We ended up downloading news and checking our mail at the clubhouse. We would stay at this park for a night or two, but not for a lengthy layover. The rate given reflects the weekly rate we paid.
We made a reservation here based on previous reviews. After getting through the gate and past the pool, this campground resembles Dogpatch with mostly permanents, old trailers, lots of gear stored outside, cramped together. The sites have a cement slab in the center which is about four inches above the surrounding dirt. You could easily blow a tire by hitting it. You have to maneuver your rig to be on either side of it. If on one side, you cannot put out your slides, if on the other, you cannot put out your steps and open your door. Since we arrived too late to go to another park, we opted for no slides for the night and left in the morning as quickly as possible. We camped here on Dec.15, 2009 but this site only allows one to select dates in 2010!