We stayed here the beginning of September, 2016 with our Good Sams group. We had booked this stay last spring so plenty of time for them to tell us of any special rules they had. We arrived and 2 of us had our dogs with us. One couple is in their 80's and have 2 little dogs that they always put up a pen for right at the door of their rig. We have a pen for our dog and also at times tie her out so she can lie under our 5th wheel which is her favorite thing. Well, we did our usual thing with our dogs and pretty soon the manager comes along and says we can't have pens up for our dogs nor could we tie them outside. They wanted them in the RV at all times except the times that you were walking them. I said if they were going to make the 80 yr old couple take their pen down, we were all leaving, and expected our money back. She said NO, we would not get any refunds (they make you pay at the office before they will allow you to go to your site). So, we stayed because we are all retired and on limited incomes and had already paid in advance for 4 nights.
As far as the physical accomodations, there was only one paved road and the rest were just gravel with stone down. They had lots of ruts and the paved road had many broken areas. They mostly had full timers in there, some you could tell had been there for years. The speed limit was 7 MPH but let me tell you, the full timers pretty much ignored it. Our site (we weren't on the paved part) was not level and the people next to us (one of our group) had the back wheels of his motor home off the ground, the site was so unlevel.
My husband and I had just returned from a trip to Maine and back and had stayed at MANY parks in MANY states, and none of them had a problem with our dog or gave us any trouble whatsoever. I say, don't go here unless you don't have any pets and only plan on staying a night or so.
This was our first stay here, we booked the park through Coast to Coast. They also accept Passport America and give a Good Sam's discount. The roads were all paved and in good shape. There are cabins to rent if you don't own an RV. You can rent canoes or kayaks to float the river. We were very fortunate in that we were put in a site that backed up to the river at the end of a long row, so only had one neighbor. There are a lot of full time/seasonal campers throughout the park. The sites are gravel and fairly narrow, but my husband backed our 42 foot 5th wheel in with no trouble. We had full hook ups, with 30 amp electricity (which we requested) to avoid the extra $5 a night for 50 amp.
The park offers WiFi which I guess is accessible throughout most of the park, but one of the men there said we couldn't get it where we were. I used my own. I had phone service too, no problem (AT&T)
There is also a cafe open Wednesday through Sunday serving 3 meals if you want to buy them. They have a dedicated building for a workout center but I didn't go into it. Also there is mini-golf if you like to play that. There IS a railroad but we have been here 8 hours and I haven't heard a train yet.