This is a fantastic place, but with problems that detracted from my experience. If you are looking for a great place to snowbird or buy a winter home, or even retire permanently, this place is hard to beat. The amenities and activities are too numerous to list. The restaurant and bar are good even by public standards, but to be private and exclusively for residents, it's impressive. With these features in mind, remember that this is NOT an RV park. It's a mobile home resort that makes empty spaces available to travelers on a monthly basis. I am bothered by the poor WiFi. The signal is weak if you are more than a few spaces away from the local router, should be better. And the security at the gate leaves you vulnerable to getting stuck on the road waiting to get in; if someone is visiting or making a delivery, the backlog at the entrance can very quickly get to 5 or 6 vehicles waiting to get in. Great security, but the chokepoint can be a drag. Beware of the add-on charges, which they will not tell you about until you get your reservation confirmation. For monthly stays, you pay the customary additional charge for electric, which is common. What is not common is the additional $20 surcharge that you pay for the electric company to come and read the meter. Add another $20 for trash pickup, and $10 for sewer, and suddenly on the last day of your stay you owe an additional $105. Here's my final warning: if you are looking to stay for a month in your RV, be very careful accepting the space you are assigned. If they give you a space that backs up to Val Vista Road or University Ave, be prepared for noise. I have NEVER, in 3 years of fulltime travel, lived with such noise. These 2 roads are 24/7, they are pretty significant arteries, and there is no noise barrier. We have had the traffic drown out the T.V. As nice as this place is, the traffic noise in the roadside sites will ruin your stay. Fortunately, we found another place to go that can give us an interior site. Frankly, we would have stayed here another month, but we needed some quiet.
If you like being packed in like sardines this place is for you! Way too close and almost impossible to back into. Most are regulars who stay for months. There are lots of activities, arts and crafts, dancing, music and happy hour. All sites are gravel and ours smelled like dog urine-most people let their dogs pee anywhere. Won’t be back.