2 swimming pools, a HOT TUB!, lots of horseshoes and shuffleboard, there's a snackbar that serves sandwichs softdrinks and such.
this is open to non thousand trails members and while most of the park is only 30amp this time of year we aren't running AC's much and 30 amp would be ok. that said there are still over a 100 50 amp sites and plenty of those are still available. the sites are ashphalt or dirt but spaced better than some parks we've seen
we spent 10 days here visiting friends.
when you enter the park they want you to pick out a site and get set up before you pay. first time for this. if you circle ALL the way thru the last section has concrete pads and the sewer is on the side where it should be instead of 10' behind the pad where it shouldn't ( but is on all the older sites)
we spent last winter here. monthly rate was $380 including elect.
sites are concrete with reasonable grass in between. picnic tables are freshly painted.
there are mostly long term people and plant workers here but the park management stays on top of thing and it's pretty quiet for the most part. the store is well stocked but expensive as most park stores. the bathrooms have bath tubs which is a rare find. laundry was clean and well maintained.
road noise, but a clean little park with a great RV parts store and technician. they also sell propane. gravel site level and large. easy in and out for big rigs.there's a ranger truck stop on the other side of the interstate, and a McDonalds.
lots of long term people. surprisingly hilly getting in and manuvering around the park. I wouldn't want to try it after a hard freeze.
site was dirt/gravel but level and large.
We ate at "Back Home Resturant" fried green tomatoes! we'd stay here again
ok, we stayed here because capital rv park was full. this coe park is 15 mile from I65. not very clean, the mosquitos were very bad and there was an aweful smell from a nearby sewage plant.
we will NOT stay here again :(