Entering into the park we noticed how closed the RV’s were. The road into the park was rough and parking our RV was a challenge. Ten Pin had his camper parked right behind us. Our car hauler along with Ten Pins tow dolly were also crammed into the tiny space.
Because the sites were so uneven, we were unable to level it so we had to park it where the picnic table was literally right outside out front door. We couldn’t move the table because it was over a large cement cover.
The sites were extremely close together, back to back and side to side. It seemed that anywhere they found room to make another space, that’s what they did.
Many RV sites had litter around them, the grass not mowed and sites were not level by no means. Many residents were long term or permanent which meant the site maintenance was their responsibility.
The maintenance shed had all sorts of clutter around it.
Everyone seemed to have a golf cart and they were driven at all hours. There was no quiet time enforced. Also the leash law for pets and the 10 m.p.h. speed limit while driving through the park was not enforced.
The one thing we did enjoy was the live band which they had on Saturday night. The golf carts gathered for the Saturday night live concert. Quite a big gathering to hear the live band.