A nice place for an overnight stay. Not much to do around here except enjoy the scenery. If you have a big rig, avoid the dump site, it is covered in trees and you have to drive through a very tight treed part of the campground to get to it. I have scratches all over my brand new 5th trying to navigate through the forest to get to the dump site. If I ever stay here again, I'll look elsewhere along the way to dump my tanks.
A nice place to stay if you like to go boating and sight seeing. The concrete and gravel beds make it look like a parking lot. A few more trees and grass instead of gravel beds would make this place really nice. Staff was very friendly and made us feel welcome. We stayed for the 4th of July weekend and had fireworks all around us from cottages in the surrounding hills, and a barge out on the lake.
This place has only been in business for a few years according to the owner which explains the small trees and wide open grassy campground. The staff are very helpful and friendly. They will come and dump your tanks on site as needed for 10 dollars a visit if you are an overnighter or weekender, but it is free if you stay a week or more. They will also deliver firewood to your site. The surrounding view is nice. Last time we were there they had a pig roast followed by karaoke; the food was great, the singing: well, downright hilarious.