This park is just barely OK. Grass is dead, what little there is, and the sites are close together. During our stay the voltage in the park, at least at my site, dropped so low that The surge protector disconnected the power circuit to protect my RV. I won?t be back.
This park is best for small RVs. We spent a week here in mid August. The owners are very nice and friendly. The restrooms and showers are marginal at best. It became windy one day and large branches fell from some very large old trees. None of the sites are paved or gravel, all are grass. We had to call a tow truck to get out of our site after a rain. We were in a 30 amp site but the voltage would go below 100V if our appliances would draw more than 20A - very hazardous to air-conditioners and other electronics. Also, if you run an air conditioner or heater you have to report that to the office and pay an additional five dollars per day. No Tv signal and you must go to the office to use Wi-Fi. If you are staying in a very small camp trailer or small tent trailer this park is marginally adequate.
I would give this park five stars for convenience to the 9/11 memorial and museum. The voltage is questionable, there is no sewer, public showers and bathrooms were filthy, the RVs were packed in tight. It was about a five block walk to the subway station and the memorial and museum were just two stops away. On holidays and other special days the price is $100 per night - otherwise, it was $85 per night.
Poor site maintenance. Nice store and restaurant. Nice pool and welcome center. Rapid transit to DC comes to the park. Some questionable standards regarding RV placement and what qualifies as an RV. No more than three stars.