This park has all the basic necessities, but absolutely NO FRILLS. Must have been improved in the last year, because I can't understand the nastiness of several of the reviews from 2016 and 2017. Anyway, here's my take: Park scores with low rates (the weekly rate gives you 1 night free). Great location, super convenient to Safeway, Walgreens, and dozens of restaurants (tip: The Mason Jar, just around the corner, had great food.) Park has blacktop roads and lots of PULL THRUS. Park is more than half-shaded, and the shady lots are pretty nice, but nothing is particularly scenic. We had a great shady pull-through, #86. I highly recommend it. (Our toy-hauler is only 30 ft. long.)
Yes, there are some long-term trailers, and some of their sites are a little messy, but they're mostly at the far end of the park, and none were noisy or obnoxious. Speaking of noise, there was some traffic noise but nothing horrendous...mostly a steady hum.
Management here is very friendly and helpful, and does pretty well with what they have to work with. No, there's no swimming pool or clubhouse, and no dog park. But they do allow dogs, they have a small store, the grounds are clean, and every site appeared to have a picnic table on a slab, as well as a barbecue stand and full hook-ups in good condition. The sites are not especially wide, but I would say average width. The laundry was clean, and big with good equipment -- and cheap ($1.50 & .50), and the restrooms were spotless.
So, no, there's no campfire rings or folks singing Cumbaya, no super scenic vistas, but it's quiet, it's cheap, the utilities (including internet & cable tv) work reasonably well, and there's lots of shady spots, and lots of pull throughs.