First I would like to say that this is a very clean beautiful park. Very reasonable. The waterfront spaces are great. That being said..we have a 28 foot fifth wheel. We booked the last spot (or so we were told) 2 weeks prior to coming there. We were assigned space J which was a 32 foot spot. They did tell us that we would have to park our truck at the office and the office was not far from our space. When we got there the host told us someone is going to have to guide you in your spot. My husband is a truck driver and at 56 he is well experienced. We got to the site and between the tree and a very large bus he was going to have to back our trailer in. It was so tight that they had to ask the people in the space across from us to move their truck so my husband could make the turn backing in. We have a pull rite hitch and had that thing at its maximum turning ratio. It was just insane for them to put such large trailers, buses and the sort in these small tiny spaces. We got the trailer in. I asked to move the next night to a larger spot but the host lady said there was no openings. Then my husband went in and was assigned space 18 for the next day. This space was good so ask for that one. It is waterfront and the pavement was even. The poor guy who came in later to space 17 was not so lucky. He had a really hard time backing his 5th wheel in too. Just like what we experienced the day before. This is a nice park but just beware that the spaces are tight unless you get waterfront. And even then you will still have a challenge. also look at the park map when booking. You do not want ANY spaces near the trash. It is very congested and smells. Otherwise it is quiet, clean and nice. Just very narrow and tight spots.