The wife and I RV'd out there in 2007. Come to think of it, I think it was our first RV trip. We beat the internet for several weeks and decided on Rush-No-More RV Resort
. We chose it because it had everything we needed, the price was right and they advertised an adult quiet atmosphere.
My only complaint was, they had just added new sites up on the hill (the only ones left) which were nice but, they had used crushed limestone which was too big and very hard to ride on the approach (uphill) to our campsite. Too much for the wife to handle so I had to bring her bike in each night. Overall though, I would certainly stay there again. I'm also sure by now the gravel is well packed. There are of course many sites that don't require hill climing