OK for an overnight. Large grassy sites. Gravel roads. Nice people. They need to mow the grass more than once a month. Lots of bugs. Sewer backed up on my site. Yuk!
We were just passing through, came in after hours. Manager was super nice and accommodating. We are 76' long with our stacker and had no issues getting in and out. Site was nice and roomy. Had rained a bunch before we got there so there were lots of clay puddles but nothing horrible.
I arrived to find no one in the office, which turned out to be status quo. I got backed into one of the few spaces with shade, only to find out that the power there didn't work. "Oh, yes," said the manager, "I forgot!" Apparently she forgot there were at least two other nonworking pedestals, as well. I finally overcame my trepidation and chose a working site. Only stayed one night. Pool was clean, laundry appeared okay, but the fire extinguisher was nonfunctional. No problem with large rigs, but really just no reason to stay here at all. Nothing in the area to do, either. Juat a safe, ordinary spot to stop, if you don't mind paying over $40 for the privilege.
Due to bad traffic along the way we arrived after 8pm. The office was closed but there was a contact number. The manager was actually just pulling out so she stopped by and told us just to pick any site, and she would call to get our credit card. She never did. We got here after some pretty heavy rain so many of the grassy sites were sitting in water, and the mosquitoes were hungry. The power worked fine , but not cable. Used the restrooms in the morning. OK clean, but rusty receptacles and showers that anybody could walk into were not creating an inviting feeling. There was a fan but no AC. At 8:15 in the morning we stopped by the office to pay, but it was still dark. There were envelopes to leave payment but no drop box to leave it in. We decide to mail it in.