For play, the park offers a volleyball/badminton net, basketball goal, horseshoe pit, shuffleboard, and the "Aunt Sally" English game. There is a communal firepit, as fire pits are not provided at the RV sites. There is also a covered pavilion with picnic tables and a boardwalk for nature exploration.
If you are renting a site, there are nightly, weekly, and monthly rates available. They offer special rates for groups. Should you decide to park indefinitely, you may choose to buy one of the over 106 deeded sites. Visitors to the park describe it as very nice.
The park can be difficult to find and does involve an eight-mile drive down an unpaved road. To locate the park, enter these coordinates into your GPS: 34°31′53″ N 86°5′22″ W. The park is clean and quiet. The nearest towns are a ride of about 15 miles away. The Good Sam Club has given the park excellent reviews. It is a newer park which does not have trees. It is a tranquil setting with views of the lake and hills. One reviewer did find a worthy cafe about one mile from the park.
Lucky for Fido, pets are allowed. Be a good neighbor and always clean up after your pooch. The park does not include areas for dogs to go off-leash, and it is always a good idea to keep your pet on a leash when outside and around others.