We travel full time in a 45 foot coach and have been traveling from 2008. So, in other words, A LOT. I mention this so you know we have things to compare to. WE HAVE NO IDEA on how this park gets good reviews.
The park is rated as a Big Rig park. While we did fit, it truly is NOT setup to handle large rigs. Few sites fit a 45 foot coach here and the pads just fit the coach and you step out on rocks if you do not twist an angle on the concrete.
The site they gave us, a "PULL THROUGH" which we can not pull out of as we would not be able to make the turn as they have a light poll in the way and the site in front of you is too close as the road is too narrow. As such, this pull through site needs to be backed out of. We made mention of this to them and the answer was that they have few sites that will fit. We did tell them that the site they put us in, while we did fit, we could not pull out of and need to back out. We asked for a back in site, which is less expensive, and they said we would not fit. So not only do we still need to back out of a pull through, we needed to pay the higher price.
The site is not level, a number of them are not, and we could not use our jacks and needed to air level, good thing we have that option, as the site is so off, the jack leveling system said NO WAY!
Then you have the sewer line that goes UP HILL! Yes, depending on which way you are parked, your line may be UP HILL and thus becomes an issue when it comes time to put things away as there is no way to empty the tube before you disconnect.
The sites also share a common area. So your door is facing the door of your neighbor. So you have no private area. In fact, we can not even use the picnic table as it is at about a 20 degree due to tree roots. And that tree is so close and over grown that we can not use the awnings.
Ok, water pressure...They have good static pressure. Note what I said...Static. When it is OFF the press build up to about 60 Psi, however when you open it, it is good for about 3 seconds and then it drops to about 30 Psi. We have to use our water pump.
Note...They also will not even accept deliveries. So be sure you do not need that.
Office Staff was very nice. They felt bad but could not really do anything. We did let them know that it would be good to NOT put a 45 foot coach in that site in the future. Wi-Fi uses Ubnt commercial gear with Wireless bridges and then AP's off of that. (Which is right.) The bad part, too many bridges with only on one master AP they connect to. They seem to limit speed to 3Mbps down and .5 up. The down speed works well (at least right now) but they could up the upload speed to even 1 Mbps. 3 Mbps is enough for surfing and email and is how a park should be setup. (Seeing I do these, I do agree with how it was done except for the single master bridge AP.)
We stayed late October and at this time it costed us $61 a night!!!! Too much for what the park is. But I guess you pay for the location and not now nice the park could be.
Would would leave if we could, but there is NO REFUNDS and also they take 50% on booking that is not refundable. Glad we only booked 3 nights, but that is 3 nights too long. YOU WILL BE MUCH BETTER OFF IN A STATE PARK. (Sigh, nothing close to the area.)