We arrived late Thursday PM, the power was out so we checked in the next AM. We were not given a map of RV park, nor the key to the bath/shower house. The next day, the power was on by noon; when we returned from our adventures mid-afternoon, I went to the office to inquire where the trash/dumpster was. The teen behind the desk was very nice & polite, however, the manager came around the corner of the desk & was very rude. I asked for a park map, the teen asked if I had been given a key to the bath house and the manager rudely informed me where the dumpster was by pointing to the parking lot and saying "that way", then told me "people can't stay in the showers all day". When I took the trash to the dumpster, with my two 80-pound dogs with me, the manager's family member followed us in the golf cart, almost chasing us. The first dumpster was overflowing and the second dumpster was closed. The man on the golf cart pulled up next to us at the dumpster and waited for me to try to toss my trash. I asked if he wanted me to toss it on the overflow or put it in the second one; his response was very rude. Our cable didn't work; we were told it must be our cable line, not their cable box. If you don't mind rude treatment from the staff, then you will be okay here. We will not be returning. Thankfully, we pulled out Sunday AM.
We've been staying at this park for 7 years running and a couple years prior as well. We love it here and so do the rest of the "regular" seasonal campers here. Some have been coming for 18 years.