Maybe 10 years ago this was quite a park, not today. First impression- "oh my god where are we". Place looked run down. Outside my windshield (where I was parked) I was looking at the side of a building with allot of junk. 40 feet further looking at the exit road with more junk, old basketball stand, wood shelving, etc. Took a walk down path/road to where the cow pens were. The road was littered with more junk, old farm equipment and even the shell of an old motor home. The cow pens-unbelievable- they (cows) were standing in at least 3 feet of there own manure. This path should have been roped of and encouraged patrons not to take a leisurely stroll on the grounds.
Facilities; Had some pull through with full hook-ups. No picnic tables between sites, gravel only.
Restrooms - don't know, were locked.
Laundry - one washer, one dryer which was not working. Machines one on each side of water heater, not very attractive.
Office- most of the time it was locked with a phone number if you needed some one.
Owner - seemed pleasant enough. While there we saw at least two other RV;s pull in, look around and just kept going. We almost did this until another couple flagged us down and encouraged us to stay. This other couple made it worth while, if it was not for them we would have kept going also. This was a Good Neighbor Park affiliated with Coast to Coast, who we contacted and they said they would review it.