The best thing about this "resort" is the couple who run the office. Absolutely wonderful people who continually strive to keep on top of issues. The facility is fairly new and well kept but "resort" does not seem a correct term to use. Many residents live there fulltime and may have not traveled around to have an understanding of RV etiquette -- loud music booming in their vehicle as they drive through the facility, honking their horns to get the attention of someone in an RV, dogs barking and some not on leashes, and way too many children living in tight quarters -- aren't there laws for how many children can live in a room in an apartment? Apparently not so for RVs because several families with three and four kids live there fulltime. The kids play in what is literally the "street" at the facility -- with vehicles continually passing by. Fridges placed outside the RV's along with various other items that give an image often seen in not-the-best trailer parks. The office folks do an admirable job of trying to deal with those who have no clue about how to live in harmony with their RV neighbors, but there seems to be no end to the line of idiots who are, sadly, bringing their trailer park mentality to what was probably intended to be a fine "resort".