this park is ok as far as wide, spaces and quiet,except for the coyotes The problem is the park is owned for the most part by park model home owners (about 80%). They have their own little city out their and don't really want newcomers. If you rent a space you are considered a visitor and the old gals will soon tell you to use the laundry by the club house and not the one by the rec center, the one by the club house is older and the washers are marginal for cleanliness. The average age in the park I would say is about 75 and the main form of transportation is a golf cart. Believe me they will run you over as they do not watch where they are going. IF you can accept this situation the value is a pretty good value. I was in the club house one day on the computer and a group of men we having a meeting and I overheard them say if the visitors don't like it they don't have to let the door hit them on the way out. We were there for 5 weeks in dec of 08 and jan of 09 . We drove a 2005 motor home.
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