This park is in a beautiful setting, is well cared for and the people are friendly. Unfortunately, we were packed into a tight space. It was ten feet between our rig and those on each side, even though there were many open spaces in other areas of the park. If you stay, make sure you insist on a bigger space, as they do have them.
We stayed there two nights and both mornings a chain saw and lawn mower started up at 8:00 a.m. sharp. The retired long-term residents didn't seemed too bothered by it as they are up at 5:30 a.m. anyway, but those of us who like to sleep in while on vacation were pretty annoyed.
The wi-fi worked well and the park is close to town and the scenic railway. The train goes right by the park twice a day and is quite a sight to see, belching black coal smoke and steam just as it must have done 125 years ago.