This park is right off the highway, so you do get some road noise. We were on a new slightly sloped gravel pad that easily accommodated a 38' motor home pulling a car on a dolly. There is a walking trail around the small lake. Adjacent to the park is a RV sales and service with a small accessories store. Within walking distance is the Boat Town Brewery. Had the Wanderlust Honey Ale (Great name). Staff at the park was very friendly and accomodating.
Very nice park and the price is right. I did have to level up a little but just a couple of blocks (20' class C). The only drawback is that it is very close to the road and is somewhat noisy. I will stop again if I ever get this way again. Compared to many places I have stayed in the last 11,000 miles that were more expensive this place is very nice.
All gravel pull thru sites in different lengths. Mostly level. The park seems to go into disrepair, and the facilities needs to be maintained better. Some noise from the highway, but not excessive. OK for a overnight stay while travelling, but IMO not a destination park. We camped at Happy Trails RV Park in a Travel Trailer.