This is a mobile home park plus an RV campground. It did not have a lot of sites that can fit 40 foot RVs or bigger, but there were some. The site the two RV Gypsies got assigned to was 50-amp and full hook-ups, and was plenty big enough, and even had a extra parking space for the toad. The site was long, with nice grass.
The road was a one-way paved road. The campground Wi-Fi was coded, but much too slow, and it was limited, so the two RV Gypsies used their own Wi-Fi which worked lightning fast. Great water pressure. The campground had cable and the TV came in clearly with lots of channels. There was a heated pool, and two above-ground hot tubs, open on this date until 10:30 p.m. Wow! That is unheard of. A wrist band was required in pool and hot tub. Age 5 and under not allowed in hot tub. Anyone under 14 must be with an adult age 18 or older in the pool. Too bad Karen just did not find time to use the hot tubs.
Sprinklers are on automatic between midnight and 8 a.m. so they ask everyone to move personal belongings on their site so they don't get wet. There were 3 rest rooms with keypad code for entry, and a laundry room which the two RV Gypsies did not use. The campground served breakfast for a charge, and ice cream some evenings for a charge. This area is on Mountain Time Zone and at an elevation of 3,209 feet.
Check-in time was 3 p.m. Check-out time was 11 a.m. with no late check-outs.