Nice folks. Big pull thrus. Sewer awkward. 50A good. Sandy spaces and interior roads. Didn't try the restaurant immediately adjacent, but they said it's good grits. Clean older park and restrooms.
Small park but has much to offer. We were looking for a place to get off the windy freeway. Far enough away, no freeway noise. You do hear the occasional train whistle in the distance. Roads are gravel. Sites are dirt. Well maintained. Wish we had more time as there are interesting places to explore.
2 stars for the park and 3 for the cafe. We stayed here for one night because the Google Reviews were good. I did not care for the park much. The sites are a combination of gravel and dirt. The electrical pedestal worked for us, but adjacent to it was a jumble of co-ax cable for the TV service. We did not try to use it. The pool was not too clean. The restrooms were not clean or well maintained. (i.e. cloths hooks broken, doors do not latch well, toilet seats loose, etc.) We paid $30 so it was OK for the price as just a place to sleep. Our pedestal had 20 and 30 amp service, but no 50. This is OK since we only need 20. Restaurant: The restaurant was a real throwback to an earlier time. Pool tables and darts, Sports and racing memorabilia all over the walls, $2.50 premium beers on tap, and inexpensive but good food. I had the grilled chicken breast which was cooked very well. This included a small salad and bread if I remember right. At first your reaction is that the portions are small till you remember that you are paying $9 for dinner. We sat at the bar and gabbed with the locals. (and all within a quick walk from the trailer.) Picture above: This view of a motel is not the RV park.