Nice park! This park is basically a merger of a nice, older park (smaller pads, but more established trees & shade), and a newer, portion that has huge pads and more space between them. Each portion has it's own pool, jacuzzi, restrooms & laundry - all of them very nice. They have two large dog park areas, and in the new section a lot of nice grass areas big enough for soccer, football, etc. Also a horse shoe and bocci ball court. I give them credit for alerting us that they had a rash of bicycle thefts and offering to store bikes in the main clubhouse under heavy security. (And they are surrounded by some excellent biking paths - not to be missed!).
They are located off a road that has a center divider you can't cross, so you'll be driving a good distance one way to U-turn to drive back to downtown a lot. There is an active train track that runs on the other side of that road that runs frequently...but we really didn't notice it at all (we were in site 193, about 10 sited back from the road along the fence). There are a number of people using this as a long term location...but not in a bad way (they don't have tons of junk, or 1000 potted plants on their site), but since some of the pads are very very large (5th wheel with three cars + patio space!) it's naturally appealing. Nice blend of families, retirees, etc.
While we booked July 2021, joining another couple there the booking system requires a call. The best they had was a deluxe site - but their site map is VERY vague, not showing any correlation between deluxe, premium deluxe, utra - ext. I wish this site allowed me to post the "secret map decoder ring" picture I took , (Try Campendium), but since they won't tell you what site you are in until you arrive, it's all for naught. While they had our email address, and we'd noted we wanted to be adjacent our friends, arrival day had us on opposite ends of the park - but they got it rectified. We were surprised that we owed more, but discovered a premium deluxe site had opened up that they placed us into and said they'd left a voice mail to inform us some time ago (we didn't get it, and why they wouldn't email that is a mystery). But we were happy with the site.
There was a previous review about the host "guiding them into their site" and the distraction resulted in damage to their truck. Our experience was this was much more of a hinderance than a help, and "Thanks, we've got it" didn't make him go away. I'm not sure if the bent yellow pole next to our site, or the clearly hit street light down one of the other roads wasn't a direct result of being "helped" - but it wouldn't surprise me.