Thank you for leaving a review of your stay. I am sorry that you found the area to be wet but we have had a lot of rain recently. To the point we have mowed in the rain just to stay caught up. As you said there are some low areas that do not drain as well others. Our cable system is our own as our local provider cannot provide us service until there are more than 10 home per mile. We do our best with commercial service from Dish Network but their signal is not designed to run over 200 feet from our office. This results is somewhat fuzzy channels at times and in certain areas in the park. Although it is great in some areas, we have not figured it out even after replacing lines. The same goes for our wifi system. We have Cincinnati Bell and they offer only a 5gb line to our park, we pay for 5 lines to attempt to keep up but as you know it is not enough in today's world. High speed just like cable is not available as we do not have 10 homes per mile on our road. Every camping unit today has between 2 and 6 devices that use wifi and some users are not as courteous as some and download movies and games hurting the speed for others. Our showers and restrooms were built in 1969 with traditional block walls like many other campgrounds of that era. we have over time and actually in the last 6 years replaced the flooring with vinyl in the ladies and tile in the mens, replaced the sinks and counters in both as well as painting each year. If there was a smoke smell the office should have been notified as we have not allowed smoking in our building for over 7 years. Our first loop is our overnight section as you stated and the rest of the park is seasonal camping. There seems as you have shown some divide between transients and seasonals but my park has only newer units in the seasonal sections with the exception of one motorhome from the 80's that we are trying to get the owner to upgrade but times for him are tight. As your pictures show, aside from needing some raking or a wash the couple units you saw are in great shape. The crossroad unit with the sticks in the yard has not been down this year as his wife has been very ill. Our seasonals I can assure you are some great people, some families have camped here since 1970. Now grandparents have a spot along side their kids and grand kids. At any spot you could have stopped in to say hello and been offered a cold drink pop/or beer and more than welcomed for dinner. We would love to have you stay with us again if you are in the area and give us another chance to earn your business for future stays. We stay very busy and are full almost every night in our overnight loop and we have an approx 2 year waiting list for our seasonal section. This is due to our weekends of free live music by the regions best live bands.