I moved in in September the management and owner let me borrow his hydralic jack to level my rv any time i need something he was very helpful and eager to help after moving in met some former neighbors i haven't seen in a while the lots are big and there is a huge shower house that is free and open 24 hours as well as a laundry room and excercise room also a swimming pool. The owners are very down to earth and treat you like family one of them repaired my car for me.I had a friend help move me and he was very impressed you have some one here 7 days a week and 3 nights til 9 pm you have a propane fill up and they work you if you want to add it to your rent so you only have one bill. they have some sights water and electric only but don't panic you have a large shower house with 3 showers and 3 stalls and 3 sinks. there is a pinic shed up front beside the office and free wifi and a playground for children. When you pull in here you are HOME they make you feel like close family.
I moved in of December 2015 to begin with it was nice after about 8 months we got a new manager she would walk around and look for people to aggrevate. She started telling people to move if she didnot like the looks of your RV or if you had a dog or cat but she would walk her dog. The shower house was free then they started charging $25 a month,the electric box was not up to code and would trip your breaker all day long. Parking is tight and motorhomes and other rvers have had problems parking their rv and one instance some ones car got hit. The lots are small and you can hear your neighbors tv and everything they do, the power bill is out of this world and if you stay monthly they over charge you my power for the last few days was over $100.00 and it took almost a year to get what was left of my deposit. The manager is a very unpleasent person to deal with she doesnot like campers to socialize with each other so when looking for a rv park in Greenville SC donot stay here Scuffletown in Simpsonville or Cunninghams in Spartanbug