The park is pretty well maintained. While restrooms are clean, they are old and small without any place to put down shampoo, soap dish, etc. except on the floor. The park is about 10 miles out of town - great for peace & quiet and views that just can't be beat but not so convenient if you want to eat out, see the sights. The park was full when we arrived, so they put us in the group site. It was wonderful until they shoehorned in 3 more RVs right next to us in the next few hours, one on top of the other. Also, the group site is a shortcut to hiking area so there was a lot of foot traffic under our windows. Is this over exuberance of hospitality or desire to bring in all possible revenue? We probably won't stay here again.
Easy on/off to I-10. Pull thru site accommodated RV + trailered vehicle (approx 53' total) quite nicely with room to park vehicle at side of RV. Sites are level & spacious with shade trees. Rained a lot while we were there but we did not encounter any large, long-lasting puddles. Restrooms/showers large and absolutely spotless. Big, well-kept dog run with frisbees, balls, water dishes. Park is well maintained, has a good size library, craft and other guest activities in season, lots of info on local things to do, supplies an air compressor which was a nice surprise. No pool on-site but guests have use of Holiday Inn pool next door. Some reviews have mentioned traffic and train noise but that was so minor it's only noticeable for about 90 seconds. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable about area and just plain glad to have you as a guest. Stayed 2 nights and will definitely stay here again.