This is a resort so it was nice. ALL EXCEPT FOR THE TRAINS THAT STARTED EARLY EVENING, VERY LOUD TRACK NOISE AND BLOWING THEIR HORNS. These were some of the loudest horns and track squeals that the two RV Gypsies have ever heard. The trains came by quite often and just would not stop. That made for very difficult sleeping conditions.
This was a Good Sam Park, with all paved roads and paved sites. Cost on this date was $40.85. Although the two RV Gypsies had a back-in site, it was 50 amp full hook-ups with a nice cement picnic table. But the RV of the two RV Gypsies barely fit in their site with their toad. There were pine trees all throughout the park, so the ground was covered with pine needles instead of grass.
Lots of TV stations came in via cable, but about half of them did not come in clearly. The campground had Wi-Fi but it was not coded, so the two RV Gypsies did not use it. Water pressure was on the low side, but usable.
RV site maximum occupancy was 6, including children. Cottage occupancy 4. Check in time was 2 p.m. Check-out time was 1 p.m. Most other standard campground rules applied. The two RV Gypsies did not use any campground amenities other than being in their own site, so they cannot comment. But because of the great condition of the park and the fact that it is billed as a resort, everything was probably nice. There is also a lake and a dam nearby. This was just a one-night stop-over for the two RV Gypsies because they just wanted to get back to Florida before more things could go wrong with their RV and trip this year.