Let me preface this by admitting this is the only RV park I have ever stayed in. I expected less trees than a campground, and that is what you get. There aren't many trees, wildlife, grass, etc. This is a place to park a trailer for the night, or in my case, 4 months.
The facilities are well-kept, including the pool. Overall it stays relatively quiet. However, there were times when neighbors made too much noise. It doesn't help that the spots are so close together. Any time I had an issue I would email them through their website. This was usually answered by one of the owners, Todd. He and his staff are friendly, helpful, and accommodating. All of my questions and issues were resolved in a timely manner, and I am satisfied with having stayed there for so long.
The only area they need to continue to improve in is their wireless internet network. When I first moved in it wasn’t even functional. When I left it was usually available but sometimes slow.
Having lived in Paducah I must say people here are accustomed to a much lower standard of living than what I am used to. In general, the city has much more in common with second-world nations such as Turkey than it does other US cities. This makes it easy for local businesses to skimp on quality (as evident nearly everywhere in this town). I am glad Duck Creek RV Park hasn’t resorted to this, at least not yet.