12-minute drive off I-57 N, with some turns. The park host that will help you know where to go is in the Airstream trailer in the first site. He guided our 36' RV with slides & tow right in, aligning for our hookups. Parked on gravel at our long pull-thru site and Don't feel on top of our neighbors. Verizon phone signal was weak here at 3G.
What ever you do don't use the directions on 'RV Parkey' . You'll never find it. It's a cute little park with pull thrus. Got a restaurant by it so if you're going to use it as a one night stop over (like we did) it'll be ok.
We wanted a place to plug in for the night. Full hook up for $25 was reasonable. No paper work, just paid the man cash. Good signage to the park, but once there it was hard to know where to go. Sites are long and narrow with the connections at one end. For us, it was a good stopping point and would be good for a day or two. Not much for amenities. They did have a shower house, but we did not check it out. It did look fairly new. There is a small play area for kids. A nice quiet country setting, except for an occasional lifeguard helicopter flight in and out of the airport. I would stop by again.