In most cases when a location labels themselves as an RV Resort this means you can expect to get a few more amenities than your usual RV spot. This can include cable TV hook up, wireless internet service, swimming pool, tennis courts, golf course, bath house with showers, coin laundry machines and more.
RV sites at resorts are usually roomy with level paved parking pads and there will be a large number of RV spaces. Some resorts are quite fancy and you may find a manned gate and requirements as to the caliber of RV you can bring on the property. Some of these resorts even offer shuttle services to get you to nearby attractions.
Rv Parks, like their name, are usually more woodsy and park like. The amenities are not as widely available as an RV Resort, but an RV Park does offer more seclusion and privacy. An RV Park is still geared toward accommodating most RVs so if you are bringing a large motorhome or trailer on your trip an RV park will most likely be able to accommodate. Usually the roads are paved or well kept gravel and parking pads are level and spacious.