We were hesitant based on the reviews of “steep grade” but found this entirely manageable (24’ motor home RV). The grade is 7% and is managed through a long gentle slope in/out. The only time I’d be concerned about the entrance would be in a driving rain. Beyond that there is a central area of RV spots with nice distance between them. There are some trees but mostly around the perimeter. We were just overnight, so did not acquaint ourselves with the amenities. I would echo there are no bath houses. Friendly manager and friendly campers, most of whom appear to be permanent. They have only a small number of available slots and she would not allow me to reserve the day before — I had to call the day of to see if they still had an opening, which added to our trip insecurity. They did not take cards, we paid cash. They are in the middle of expanding with a set of new RV spaces ‘up the hill’. This was more of a grade than the entrance, but quite manageable. The long spot (# 33) was pull-through, very level, gravel, with all hookups. One RV pad per terrace. Close enough we could talk with our near neighbor but had loads of privacy. Up that high on the hill we heard a whisper of Interstate noise but that did not detract from the whip-or-will song at dusk. Overall a very nice RV park, one we would definitely stay at again.