Pros: affordable, nice amenities (pool - closed to covid19, playground, access to public park, bathrooms, pavilion, laundry room-really affordable), neat setting, plenty to do there and near by, good cell reception (T-Mobile). Cons: a lot of the campsites are on top of each other or at weird angles, don’t recommend most of the sites for big rigs, WiFi is flakey at best depending on your site. Pro/Con: it’s attached to the public park - pro because you can jump straight on the trails con because anyone from the public park can jump straight onto your campsite. We didn’t have trouble, so may not be a big problem - but, we have kids and I was not comfortable with them being outside our camper without us. Overall, I will probably go back at some point - not soon though, but will only stay at sites that we have a little more privacy/space.