We stayed here for 9 days in April 2020. The amenities all in GREAT shape but were closed due to C19 but it's a large park so you could still walk around and get your exercise. We chose this park because it was the first stop on our FT adventure and a GREAT place to organize the rig. Power was very good and steady. The temps were hot (100+) so having good, steady power was important. Very level site. Plenty of room for us (we are about 55 feet with our tow). There were annuals scattered around the park but for the most part, their sites were kept neat. No trees, so no shade provided except for a few sites here and there. AT&T and Verizon cell signals were strong. We streamed without an issue. Would go back there again when passing through the area.
Avoid this park. It's noisy, smelly, packed next to each other, way overpriced. One of my 10 no go places. It's a joke. Not a funny one either. I would add more but this place is so ridiculous. I feel sorry for the people that for some reason have to stay there.
This is a large RV Park (<400 sites) mostly set up for seasonal residents with some spots for transients. Recently purchased by Sun Rv Resorts, they are busily remodeling much of the amenities including the office. The sites are mostly level with modern hookups that functioned properly. The sites are very small pea stone (difficult to not bring into your RV) off asphalt streets with almost enough room to be comfortable. There was no included WiFi during our stay - only available in the lounge, but they claim it will be part of the initial upgrades (coming soon). If you choose to connect to their cable tv, you need a box, but there were a number of (high definition) stations over the air.
Needed a couple months to stay with my RV while my house was being built. My experience with a particular staff member (Barb) was very disappointing, she was very rude and made me and my family felt very uncomfortable. She would hurry up and try to answer (with the wrong answer) before I had finished making my question. Her body language portrayed very little patience and 0 customer skills, even to the point that I felt she was being racist. She explained all the rules, and fees of the park in a very rushed way, and made annoying faces, rolled her eyes and responded with a defensive tone of voice to any question she was asked. Since my family of 4 were moving in, we had to rent a "storage spot" to keep our 3rd car in the resort, since they only allow 2 cars per space. The rules about the storage were ridiculous- cars were only allowed to be taken in and or out of the parking storage during day light hours!!! What about in case of an emergency??? That meant during winter time you can't get your car out before 0730 and your vehicle has to go in around 1730!!! Who can work with that??? I would of preferred for them to have business hrs instead of daylight hours. The only 30 minutes were were in the lobby to make the reservation were enough to know we weren't moving there due to her rudeness, unwelcoming and unusual way of running the park and decided to lose our deposit and try to find another resort. I wish in the future the resort would staff people who are nicer and willing to treat everyone the same and with respect as everyone deserves it. From a family of law enforcement and first responder were felt were weren't appreciate it possibly due to our ethnicity :(…
Great pull thru spots, helpful staff, three separated dog areas in the front of park. Best showers of all parks we visited on our multi state trip. (place to sit, hang clothes, teak floor) Heated pool, gathering area, lounge. Propane fill was quick and easy Long pull thru spaces, though no plantings or privacy between spaces. Seems like lots of long term residents ($29)