This is a semi-modern Michigan State Park. 30 amp electric is available but the power pedestals are shared between two sites which means you could have 75' or more to hook up. No water or sewer available at sites. There is no dump station or bath house but there are pit toilets. This is about as close to boon docking as you can get but still have developed sites. Some front sites are large enough for most rigs but the further you go back into the camping area the tighter it gets. I was able to get around towing my 31' 5th wheel but I wouldn't want to try it with anything much bigger. The sites are grass with fire pit and picnic table, large enough to stretch out with brush and trees between sites so you don't see the site next door. This spring has been wet and cold so the majority of sites had very damp ground. Lots of campers were getting stuck or digging deep ruts as the pulled in and out of the sites. Not sure if the weather played any part but the mosquitoes and ticks were terrible but from talking with other ticks seem to be a problem here. Our two dogs got about 6 ticks, we got 4 ticks and we never walked in the woods or or any of the paths. There is a swimming beach and a boat launch about 1-1/2 miles away. The beach looked nice but the water was still too cold to go it. I doubt I will go back here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.