AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE !
First, when I pulled in, the place was packed. No one to greet you in the goon box or tell you where the office is located. So, we pull in and double park across from what appears to be a restaurant/bar. I asked a waitress in the outside bar area where the office was located. She pointed to a door, so I walked in. The lady at the counter did not have a clue about anything. Believe me, I feel sorry for older individuals who have to work, also realize that there...
AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE !
First, when I pulled in, the place was packed. No one to greet you in the goon box or tell you where the office is located. So, we pull in and double park across from what appears to be a restaurant/bar. I asked a waitress in the outside bar area where the office was located. She pointed to a door, so I walked in. The lady at the counter did not have a clue about anything. Believe me, I feel sorry for older individuals who have to work, also realize that there are many new individuals in the workforce. She found our reservation, showed me a map and circled several sites all of which were not the correct one. Someone beside her said it's right next to the restaurant. I asked if it was a pull thru, she had a blank look in her face, never answered, so I asked if I'm needed to unhook the toad right where I was located. Again, a blank look with an "I guess so"
So, we unhooked and proceeded to the site. There were 3 vehicles parked on the site that I just paid for. One was a service van, so I told the guy that I was sorry, but he was in my spot. He said ok, just let me unload. So, I walked back in to the not clearly marked "office " and told the lady that there were 3 vehicles parked in my site. She said "it's probably the restaurant, just go over there and tell them". I said, you want ME to tell them that their patrons are in my spot ? Another lady spoke up and told the other lady to go over and ask them to move the vehicles.
So, after the vehicles moved the site is only about 20 feet deep and the front of the Coach would stick out in the roadway. So, I pulled in lengthwise. We hooked up, ran the sides out and decided we would go somewhere for dinner rather than cook. As we were leaving a French Canadian woman was waving her hands at me so I went over to see what was wrong ? She started complaining that I was 2-3 feet over on her site and we moved her picnic table and now due to Covid she had to disinfect it. I patiently explained to her that no one at the desk had a clue or told me anything. I also told her that there was a concrete walk way if I did not pull up I would have blocked it. She then told me that I should have parked lengthwise, to which I explained to her that I would stick out in the roadway OR I could back in further, but I would be in their grass, which many campgrounds will not tolerate. I explained to her that I really did not want to move it because the slide was out, jacks down & level and we were all hooked up. I told her that we would be out first thing next morning and she said she would ask her husband. (Obviously, he must have not been able to speak because he sent her back out and said it was ok for just the one night. ) So, this is a Good Sam Campground ?
As an update .... when we came back from dinner a big F250 was parked on my site. I took a photo and will include that along with a request for a partial refund since I had to share my site with the restaurant parking most of our one night stay. Never again !
Amenities : No cable, OTA TV nonexistent, WiFi was a joke. Used nothing else, just one night, left at 7:30 AM due to the nasty French lady as noted above and the incompetent staff. Did not sleep because all the vehicles using our site for their restaurant parking area banging car doors and activity.