We planned on a 2 to 3 nights and stayed 5 … :). We were at another local site and was looking for a more quite type of place so we could spend time as a family, so I called over to this place and was overwhelmed by the welcome. It was late and dark and both owners (Steve and Patty) took my wife and I on a walk through their park with flashlights to show what we could pick from … I have never heard of such fantastic hospitality. They just purchased the park a few months earlier and have upgraded so much it was almost new. We eventually settled on two sites they said were rarely used because they were in the far back (#26 and #27) and remote.
The next day when we showed up to set up, they had their team already clear the sites and prep for our arrival. One of their team members helped us set up and ensure we were fully ready to enjoy our stay. The site was level and elec/water hook ups. Overall, the site as secluded, quite, private. We woke up to trees all around us and only one RV long term person that we never saw many feet away.
We were told they would come by with a 'honey pot' and empty our tanks so we didn't have to move since we were staying long enough to fill them with normal use … WOW, I didn't have to hook up and move just to dump! They did shared with us and show their portable dump tank they use when they camp … I may pick on up.
The park had new dog runs, wonderful store, excellent help, and easy dump stations. I was concerned because of the location of the spot being at the bottom of a hill, and the owners told us not to worry … if we were not able to pull out, he would for us and didn't make us feel bad at all. The slide was down for the winter, but it was fine.
The park is well off the beaten path so it is quite at night. Enjoyed the late night fires and early morning mists … My son was able to relax for the weekend away from the base.