We booked online and stayed here Feb 15th-18th. I was going to start with a very negative review but decided to chalk it up as a learning experience. DO NOT rely on the pictures posted on the web site because you never know what year they were taken. A great tool I have found after this weekend is Google Earth to get more recent photos of campgrounds. We understood the pool being closed during the winter season but the highlight of winter camping for us would be the hot tub and a cold adult beverage but to our surprise the hot tub was broken. So we are left with absolutely nothing to do in the campground. The sites are dusty, uneven and far from level. The only campers seem to be the ones living there or overnighters. We tend to socialize when we camp but did not speak with or meet one other camper the entire weekend. The water pressure was poor and forget about TV unless you have satellite. No cable at the park. If you have kids, bring toys because there is nothing for them to do during the winter months. The upside was the very accommodating friendly staff and the new manager is working hard to improve the overall campground. The train was not much of a distraction but did run on a regular basis. We could hear the lions and other cats at the wild animal sanctuary and decided to visit but declined after discovering the minimum donation of $50.00 a head was a big deterrent. Bottom line, don’t trust web site pictures, use Google Earth and call ahead to ensure the amenities you expect are working.