We stayed here 3 nts over a weekend while we were waiting for a part to be delivered at the local Camping World. After 2 nts with just electric at the Camping World parking lot, we really didn't want to stay there over the weekend. We made same-day reservations at Candy Hill. They didn't have any pull-thrus with 50amp so we ended up with a back-in site with 50 amp FHU.
The road into the campground is two-lane, a little tight for our 40' motorhome and toad. The roads inside the campground are both paved and gravel but wide and mostly well-kept. The sites are gravel with grass. Our site was level and overlooking the rv storage sites. We had plenty of room to open our slides and awning without encroaching on our neighbors. We could see the interstate and hear it outside but inside our MH it didn't bother us. There were quite a number of longterm campers here as well.
The young men in the office were very professional, polite and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Because it got down into the 30s at night when we were there in early Nov, they shut off the water at 8:30pm (if you're hooked up, they actually remove your hose and chain up the water faucet) and turned it back on the next morning at 8:30 or when the temps go above 36 degrees. This was never a problem for us, although we did hear our neighbor complain about how he didn't like someone touching his fresh water hose without his permission. So if you're like him, do it yourself before they do it for you.
This was a quiet campground but it was November so I'm sure summers are pretty busy. It's just off the interstate so it's a good campground to stop over for a night or two. It has one of the nicest and largest dog parks I've ever seen and our dogs thoroughly enjoyed it. They also provide doggy bags and trash bins at convenient places in the park. Really enjoyed our stay here especially with their close proximity to the interstate. I only wish they had more available 50 amp, full hookup pull-thru sites for those who just want to stop over for a night or two and not unhook their toad.