When I made a reservation, the person on the phone kept pressing me for a “specific” time that I would be arriving, and wouldn’t accept a general “sometime in the afternoon.” I have no idea what this was all about, as I have never had a park be that picky!
I got there about noon, and it wasn’t crowded. Later on a lot more RV’s came in, but the park was not full. The sites are mostly all pull-through, on gravel, with some grass for spacing between the RV’s. Spacing is adequate. The trees aren’t very tall, so there is no shade. If you have one of those expensive surge protectors from Camping World, it will fit here. Water pressure is high, regulators required. If you don’t have a regulator, you can get one from the office for a $10 refundable deposit. Cable is limited, only about 20 channels.
The bathrooms/showers were clean. There were about four bathroom/shower combos, in separate rooms, all unisex, with locks. Tthe laundry was clean. The Wi-Fi worked very well during daytime, but appeared to be shut off, or not available at night. There is a playground for children. They have a nice clubhouse for functions and there is a nice walk a long the river area. Cedars Restaurant is nearby.
This is a good place for overnighting, but it’s not really a “destination” resort.