We usually enjoy state parks, so this packed in like sardines style is not for us anyway. Unfortunately, it was the most convenient to what we were here to do. I am happy we had Passport America, otherwise I would NOT pay the full price for this place. It's called "resort," but it's far from it. This is more like a permanent living area. I do not feel comfortable using the amenities as it feels shut off from visitors. Haven't seen the first employee since we came in on Sunday when they are closed. We were moved from a premium concrete pad to a muddy mess and broke down picnic table with rotten banana under it. The site numbers are not marked, thankfully when we pulled in there were some residents outside their camper and were able to tell us their site number and we figured it out from there. Its super tight to get in, but thankfully both sides of us are empty and we were able to use that to our advantage. The wifi is good, definitely usable for internet searches/email, but no streaming shows (this is not a surprise, it's disclosed on their website). Overall, It's okay if you're in a pinch, but I wouldn't stay to "camp" for a week.