We stayed here 3 days when our truck broke down. It was a friendly park with a friendly and helpful part time attendant. The park is pretty basic, a parking spot with full hookups and showers and a bathroom. It is operated by the city park department. Sites were quite close together but the park was no way near full during peak season. There is a small store a block away with a good selection of food, ice and supplies. Our Verizon phones and MiFi worked well. This would be a good low cost stopover. We will stay here again. Some of the sites are suitable for big rigs. A few of the sites are shaded but most are open. All sites are back In's. Tents are permitted.
I stayed one night. They charge $27. I just used electric, no sewer nor water. This is a not very well maintained park with nothing. No pool, no trails, no playground. Nothing but full hookups which some will pay for. The restrooms were functional and OK but nothing great. I didn't think it was worth the price. Just my opinion for what it's worth.
This is a "vintage" park within city limits, and on a busy street. Back in sites with solid 30 amp feed, water, and sewer. Noisy during day but not bad at night.
A few minutes from the highway is the best part of this park. You can walk a few blocks to a grocery store. You can pay by phone when you make a reservation, at the office if it is open or buy putting your cash in an envelope if the office is closed. Drop your dinghy right when you pull in as you will drive (or better walk) around to find a site, none of which are pull through. The sites are all very narrow and do not have picnic tables. I would return if I needed an overnight with hookups.