If I were to compose a "review" of this campground, it might look like this:
We've been living in our van for just over 8 months. We've been full-time travelers for just over 6 months.
Our travel "style" have evolved over this time and includes a variety ways to stay the night. We use a place like Harbortown RV Resort for overnight stops that include laundry and emptying our tanks.
Harbortown is a large family-style park, well-kept and clean. There's a pool and nearby miniature golf and go-cart riding. They have a play ground for the kids.
Doing laundry is expensive compared to comparable places but again, the facility is clean and I had no trouble procuring machines to do the laundry at the beginning of a week. They have two large commercial washing machines too.
Campground has some background highway noise, train tracks run in back of the park (no horns at the campsite). We slept well.
We had good Verizon service and didn't use the campground Wi-Fi.
One could reasonably ride a bike around or walk for exercise, but the road accessing the park is busy. There's a Kroger Market a few miles from the park in Monroe.
I used the fire pit/grill at the campsite, but I had to get the bottles and cigarette butts and other trash out of it before I could use it.