As a one night stay, it's fine. Lots of pull thru spots but they are right next to each other. When putting out our awning, we had to stop before completely out to keep from touching our neighbor. We have a surge protector and it rebooted at least 20 times (not an exaggeration ) during the night. The drainage is very poor. After a rain, it was a swamp. The ground was wet for days. It has alot of 1 night/ passing thru guest and I think that's how it survives. They obviously dont put any money into upkeep. We stayed for 1 month in February.
Nice park. Easy to maneuver. I give it 3.5 stars. No WiFi at site. Cable tv not useful, we got better reception using the RV antenna.
It's now called Georgia RV park. All basics there, Nothing fancy, pool was closed in May 2014. But arriving late night, you could pick a spot and do self-check in. Local sheriff dropped by as part of his rounds. Gal managing the desk in the morning was very friendly. Good for a night of sleep while passing through.