Not recommended if you like to sleep. At least 5 trains go through very close to the park at night. I counted them! Due to streets near the park they blow their horns aaaaaaall the way through. Park is quite large. Small section of wooded area, the rest is fully open, and quite close to each other. Roads are not run for large RV's... strange turns at angles that require you to make loops to get to wear you are going.
Flat, no privacy and this place is basically a parking lot with hook ups - what a waste of time stopping here - I wanted to see state and national parks throughout the south and this was the worst one of them all. Skip it unless you have no other options. One other point - we were traveling for 22 nights and stayed mostly in parks - almost nowhere else did we spend this much for this little.