Pretty much agree with everything the review from 9/2015 wrote. It's the best place around if you need a hook up or can't get a spot in the park. Manager is friendly. Spots are good sized. The laundry seemed to be out of order and we didn't look in the bathrooms. Also, The visitor center for the park is across the street which is handy. We paid $25.00 per night as our trailer was less that 25 feet
If you can not fit or find a spot in the park this is your closest option. this a older park with shade trees. Parking is on gravel or dirt. The have pull throughs but we had a back in. Did not us the laundry or bath house. 50 AC was good even with everyone in the park running AC. Water Pressure was good and wifi was better than most parks I have stayed at. Price, $33 including tax for a RV over 25 feet, I thought was a little high but other than Border Inn Casino which is further away, this is a a good option.
We appreciated that this RV park was so close to the National Park. The Manager was very friendly and we enjoyed our stay at Whispering Elms. The spaces are gravel and ours was a little un-level but nothing the leveler system couldn't handle. The WiFi was decent and you can get major TV networks OTA with your antenna. Full hookups, nice staff, decent WiFi and close to the National Park get this a thumbs up. It may look a little rough when you pull in but it is a nice park and we enjoyed our stay.
The sites are adequate and it s close to the national park, but the Campground in general is a bit trashy, we were there for one night to visit the national park. It served it s purpose.