We've stayed their twice on our way home from FL to NH after snowbirding in late April. DW has relatives in Hoover that we visit. We like the "A" area better than the "B" area...seems like more partying in the "B" area, but it was early spring time. It's a 6 mile drive from the entrance to the campsites. There is a back exit, which could cut off a lot of driving if it is convenient to your destination. The RV sites are paved, but have some odd sloping (some are lower in the rear, which may require raising the rear tires off the ground!!). The park has full hook-ups, including 50 amp service. There is also an 18 hole golf course on the grounds, but we don't golf. We have a 36 foot Class A MH with toad on a dolly and had no problem fitting in sites we had. This past spring, there was a 40 foot Phaeton parked next to us. We would stay again, as the price is right.
Fran, Mary & Zoey (silver Cocker)
2006 Itasca Sunrise 35A, 2005 W-22, Allison 1000 5 speed
'13 Ford Focus ST or '10 Prius on Master Tow Dolly 80THD-SB or '00 Jeep Cherokee 4-down