Only reason why I'm giving it 2 starts is because while we were there the accommodations were acceptable. Outdated, but suited our family(wife and 2 children) fine. The issue with the establishment is that they charge one price online saying children were one rate, then upon getting there the lady notified us that the website is outdated and that the new owners wouldn't honor it, so after paying substantially more than was advertised, we brushed it off and enjoyed our stay with our family. 3 weeks later we recieved a call from the attendant working there stating there was a cushion from a couch missing and that it was unusable and telling us to pay for a new one, after accusing us of stealing a cushion. They also continued to tell us they contacted their sherriff department about it and reported a theft. After telling them to check their cameras to exonerate us from the accusations, they stated they didnt have any to speak of. We told them to ask housekeeping and she began to I sultry us saying they weren't in a position to steal cushions for themselves, but we are. After we stayed we said we would come back, but what it seems to me is the "resort" does not have the clientele to keep it going, and this and overcharging and blaming it on old websites and new owners is a way to compensate for their failing location. We wouldn't recommend d dealing with these pretty crooks in anyway shape or form, there are plenty of respectable places surrounding spring valleys establishment that would be cheaper and much more pleasant that Spring Valley itself. Hope this helps people avoid a costly and stressful ordeal and what seems like a bait and switch as far as not honoring advertised prices.