Beware of premier sites. They have very nice paved patios, however, the first "premier" site that they assigned to us only had a sliver of grass and faced nothing but weeds/overgrown brush. My husband requested they relocate us to another site that had the additional space that is advertised for these sites. They promptly accommodated this request, but just know that every “premier” site may not be “premier”.
Most of the roads are not paved in the campground, and the "gravel" they used almost seems to be broken up blacktop in large chunks. We have been taking our dog to campgrounds with gravel roads for years, but this is the first time that our dog had discomfort walking on the gravel. Many areas of the roads are washed out and the gravel is very unevenly distributed and hard to walk on for both dog and human.
WIFI is extremely poor, and we were never able to get service during the four days we were there.
The lower section of campground floods. On the last day we were there, heavy rains forced us and everyone in our area to either leave or relocate to another site in the campground that was on higher ground. While the campground can't control weather, be aware that in heavy rains you may spend one of your vacation days hooking up and moving your camper to dry ground rather than spending time doing something more enjoyable.
Dog park is large. The fencing is picket with large spacing. Unfortunately, during our first evening, we were walking past the dog park with our dog and a man with three dogs was inside. His dogs were aggressive and squeezed through the fencing and went after our 12-pound dog as we were walking by. When we finally were able to remove our dog from the attack, the other dog owner would not cooperate and give his name or site. We went to the office and reported the incident. The office worker was not sympathetic to the situation, and would not give help us identify the man with the three dogs. When I asked her for a phone number for the local police or animal control, she simply handed me a phone book. A man was sitting in the corner of the office at the campground computer. I did not realize he was the owner, nor did he offer any assistance. When I had difficulty finding the appropriate phone numbers, I went back in to the office. While speaking to the office worker, the campground owner finally got off his butt and immediately gave me the numbers for local police and animal control. It would have been nice if he had offered this assistance the first time I was in the office.
The next day I needed to have my veterinarian’s office fax info to the campground. When I went in to ask the office worker for their fax number, she had no knowledge of it. Then I asked her if she could receive faxes. She was not sure. She did not know how to load paper into the fax, and said they may not even be able to receive a fax. I told her that my vet had also tried to e-mail info to the campground's e-mail address. She said she did not have access to that e-mail account, only the owner did. Later I overheard (from one of his kids) that the owner was not available because he was still sleeping (it was 10:30 a.m.). So be aware, this campground is not up to speed on basic technology and customer service ranks far below sleeping in for the owner!
In summary, this campground and the "service" provide by the owner and workers was disappointing is so many ways. We will never return.