This park is wonderfully green and has lots of family activities including a pool, a putting course, fishing, and a well appointed clubhouse. Another feature which we’d not seen before was a small pizza delivery service right in the park itself. The camp store was also well stocked which means that for a lot of simple requirements you don’t even need to leave the park.
Above is one of the typical campsites. Everything was spotlessly clean and well groomed. All of the parking sites were 100% concrete and plenty long enough for a 45 footer with a tow.
Access to the sites is easy even for the largest rigs. Some hillside sites, however, can present a problem if your rig is particularly low to the ground. As the picture below shows, there can be an angled break over in the pavement which can strike he bottom of a long vehicle such as ours.
This was our spot (above) and although we parked easily and was nice and level, we did opt to back out of the space rather than pull through due to the angle of the concrete.
Our spot. It had jst rained and the old bus never looked better!