The two RV Gypsies got a long, 50-amp, full hook-up site. The office worker put the two RV Gypsies in a row with only one other RV in that row, yet they were put right beside them. All the sites in that row were the same length and had the same hook-ups, so they could have left a space in-between RVs. The RV they were put next to looked like it was staying a long time because it had all kinds of chairs, rugs, grills and stuff outside. Not pleasant to look at. RVs really should be spaced out a bit when possible.
The roads and sites were dirt. Walnuts kept dropping off the tree onto the RV roof with a big thud. TRAINS were heard in the evenings and throughout the night, but they weren't super loud. The two RV Gypsies were given three Wi-Fi codes, one for each device, although they had not asked for that many. It didn't matter anyway because the campground Wi-Fi was super slow and the two RV Gypsies did not use it. They do have their own Wi-Fi which is a good thing because their own Wi-Fi worked nice and fast. The brochure said no routers allowed and that cell phones and some other wireless devices may interfere with the signal.
The pool still had water in it, but the hot tub was covered over with a very big and heavy looking cover, so that must mean that it wasn't to be used. The sign on the pool gate said that the pool closes at 8 p.m. That is unreasonably early in the opinion of the two RV Gypsies.
Cable TV had adequate channels that worked well.
Campground rules stated that children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Yeah, right say the two RV Gypsies. This is not what they notice at any of the campgrounds ever. There did not seem to be a lot to do in this area that interested the two RV Gypsies.
The rest of the campground rules seemed pretty standard. But the rules did not say anything about washing vehicles. Check-in time was 1 p.m. Check-out time was 11 a.m. Late or early fees are $3 per hour for RV or tent sites and $10 per hour for rentals.