The location is nice if you want to be out of the city and noise. The flip side is there aren't many services or things to do in the area. There is a small commissary, a shopette, and a great fitness center. The rates are very good for longer term stays, a little expensive day to day. The rates include cable tv, with an excellent selection of channels, BUT you have to install a box and run it out a window to the outside box. I was able to get to one TV doing this, but it took nearly twenty minutes to set up - useful if you are staying longer, but not worth the trouble for a short visit. They have big plastic connectors on the wires to the box that made it very difficult to install. There was no deposit required for the cable box as mentioned in an earlier review. The office is not staffed full-time, and you would be wise to call in advance and make sure there will be someone there when you arrive. Look for a sign to park in a parking lot across the street, and just before you get to the office. If you miss that lot, there's no place to park to register. The customer service is outstanding, friendly and helpful. Long term residents are also friendly (they are snowbirds, not homesteaders). Wifi is available throughout the campground, and it isn't fabulous, but its ok for light browsing. Sites are good-sized and almost level.
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