Stayed here overnight last week ( May 2017). It's a very new park (22 sites) built on open farmland at top of hill, 2 kms of gravel road off highway. Beautiful view across country landscape. Washroom / Shower are standalone units probably like used at temporary remote oilfield sites. Shower is very small with smaller change space. My wife couldn't get hot water, valve improperly installed, turn it to cold setting for hot water, very low water flow rate. Hope they fix this. Sink in separate single stall washroom is very small, designed more for a quick finger rinse than washing hands / face or shaving at. Sites are fairly level, some drive through, no shade except old windbreak tree line on one side of park. Good water sewer connections at sites. No on site office when we visited, phone to park manager in farmhouse behind park. Appears that some sites may be occupied by seasonal ? workers who go out daily to work. Park (and guests) are experiencing "Growing Pains", if you use your own RV washroom it's a good overnight stop spot.