I really like Paradise but was disappointed that the pool was closed, the showers were closed and the club house was gone - hope these things are corrected soon. This review seems to be geared towards hotel accommodations rather than outdoor camping which is a real problem with the current direction of Thousand Trails which started as a "getting back to nature" experience.
Sites need cut back for more room. And leveler sites. And amenities need to be functional. Pool area and rec room. And having rv sites with tents in them, should be RV's not tents. But an ok stay. Needs to be more functional.
Every amenity is either out of order or falling apart. The Pool was closed for some time before I arrived. the Basketball courts have broken backboards. There was no volley ball. The were no kayak or paddle boats.... The managers reason for not fixing them was that parents were not controlling their children. Don't waste your time if you have children there is nothing on site for them to do. The RV site is fine unless it gets too hot , as they said then you get rolling power outages. and it takes an hour to reset.
The location has amazing views but that is it. Total lack of pride in upkeep as well as electrical issues in the pool. Look elsewhere for a place to stay, these guys are really struggling. Thousand Trails locations don't seem to be top of the line but many are welcoming and show a true desire to care for the park. Not these guys,
No sewer. First come - first serve is a joke, not even spots, very run down, nothing is paved, very dusty. If you are traveling with a group make sure you all come together. Wish they would take care of the park, felt ghetto