This is a no-frills RV Park. The campsites are nice, the park is clean, and convenient to I-78. It is set in a rural area surrounded by fields and pastures which makes for a peaceful setting. Roads and campsites are gravel and very easy for RVs of any size to navigate the roads and sites. The majority of their sites are pull-thrus catering to the many RVs that stop for a night or two.
Our site was level and nicely graded. We didn’t have any trouble getting in and out and all the hook-ups were well-placed and worked well (including the cable). While there are some nice large pine trees, they were trimmed and not an issue driving through the park or at our site. The only problem with the trees was the pine sap everywhere that we stuck to our shoes and we tracked everywhere. Amenities include an older style playground, horseshoe pits, manicure golf, and volleyball court. The store/office is pretty well stocked with an array of items and an ice cream parlor makes pizza (which was very popular as many people talked about it). The park also has rental cabins, laundry and restrooms.
The only real downside of this park was the price (58/night for 50 amp full-hookup) and a bit of road noise from the interstate and the wifi was really poor. We stayed at this park because we wanted to eat at a nearby restaurant called Bolete(which is one of our all-time favorite restaurants) and this was the closest campground. Overall, we really liked how clean the park was. The sites were nice, albeit, pretty close to each other. For a one or two-night stay, this park is nice but I wouldn’t call it a destination park.