Decent park, rather cramped though. The term "resort" is deceiving. Sites are just kinda where ever they fit. Our site had shade, but most at the upper level did not. Each site has a permanent sun shade over the picnic table. At the river level, it's a party atmosphere. Lots of tents, EZ-ups, etc and people parked everywhere. The higher level is more subdued. We didn't use the pool as it was overwhelmed during peak hours. Hookups were good. There is a dump station on premises, but I am glad that I did not need to use it as it would have been difficult to access it with my rig. Maneuvering your RV in the park could be difficult during busy times. It is also not possible to make a complete loop with your RV in the park. In the case of our site (88a) when leaving I had to reverse down the road until there was enough space to make a three-point turn. The park has a main gate that you have to open and close yourself and there's a sign that asks you to close it behind you. Seems unnecessary during busy times especially since it's not locked. The one-lane bridge that needs to be crossed to access the park is annoying after your second trip across it. Verizon cell service was strong. Wifi at the park was functional, but not really useful, as usual.