They still had all the same ammenities as the 1st time around, but I felt the electrical problems, which could've been very damaging to RV electrical systems/appliances that weekend, warranted a severe lower number rating to serve as warning to others who might be considering camping there when it's hot, humid & the CG is full of big rigs.
Weak Voltage output sure can put a damper on a campgrounds over-all view.
I have stayed at CG's even with brand new electrical service where your lucky to get 108 volts. You have to be sure to run one high wattage item (Micro, Water Heater, Air) at a time while watching your volt meter.
One thing that comes to mind. While down at Myrtle Beach at Myrtle Beach Travel Park last month, where the temp were in the upper 90's. we ran our Air, Water Heater or Micro with never a drop in voltage. Even with the campground packed with nearly 700+ RV's. Man was it hot
. Our air conditioner ran for 10 days straight (day and night) The only time I turned it off was to clean the filter for 20 minutes..... Can I say it was hot
again....It was HOT HOT....