Nice park, the ambiance is great, with lots of open area entering the park, large mature trees that do not interfere with your RV while entering/exiting your site. The streets are somewhat narrow however
The park does show her age, however, it is impeccably kept clean and well maintained. Restrooms were well attended to. We stopped by, paid for 2 nights, but so much to do/see in the local area, we paid for an additional week. The hosts are most welcoming & friendly.
Price is right, convenient to Marathon Coach, Camping World, all major RV Dealers, suppliers, service centers.
It is quiet, clean safe, once you enter the park, you would never know I-5 is a 1/4 mile away, or the park is adjacent to the TA Travel Center because of all the huge trees, and greenery.
We had our 40' Coach washed at the TA, only $60, paid extra for washing roof, brightening aluminum wheels, engine wash, plus our tow car since we were only one minute from the Kamping World, they had a 4 person team on the rig, best wash we've had in 2 years, these guys & girls (too!!!) "rock", they're detail/service oriented, total out the door was $85
Most pads (our site E-5) are concrete, but did notice they do have gravel pads at some, while walking through the park. Their tent area is one of the best I've seen, away from RV's, each site had privacy fences, fire pits and water, all spaces were nearly occupied over the weekend.
Easy on/off to I-5, excellent for an overnight stop with good pull thru's or a longer stay, as ours was.
Don't forget to shop the little Village of Coburg, lots of Antique Stores, my wife loved them, Coburg reminds one of a small Northeastern town
Our rate was $34/nt for 50amps with Good Sam while there