This park is ok for a passthrough one night stay. There seem to be a lot of permanent residents. Too many for my liking. But our site,B36, was a gravel pull through that was reasonably level. Since we were not disconnecting and only staying for a night enroute to our final destination, it served our purposes. Table on a wooden deck was ok. Lots of green space for our dog to roam on her leash. No store to speak of, so bring what you may
need. Service person was a temp. sit-in for the
perm person and the wi-fi password was not given, nor written down anywhere I could find. We carry our own hotspot so this was not an issue for us. There is no cable connection and local antenna channels are weak since you’re in a valley. Overall, not a long-term campground, but ok for a night.
November 17, 2015 - reviewed by Gosmallngohome
Ok... For A Night
The sites aren't level or concrete lined. It had been raining so it was sloppy. The train horn is very loud and someone long term had built a workshop. I could hear them doing what sounded like grinding. Ok for a night I guess