Gravel park. 99% of the sites are for live in people and that leaves only two sites for nightly people such as myself. Advertises WIFI, but it does not reach the entire park, only the sites within 50 feet or so of the office. Nice laundry. Not much to offer otherwise. I doubt we will return.
We checked in in the rain. Site was underwater. Fire ring was under water. Rain kept coming. Wi-Fi works but not the fastest. Weird setup to the sites: your fire ring and picnic table is on the hookups side of your rig, instead of the same side as your entry door.
Long ways down a bumpy dirt road. Very nice couple run this campground. Grassy sites, pool is a pond that did NOT look inviting. Sturgeon River flows next to this campground, but the grass/weeds were severely overgrown next to it.
Excellent park. All sites are either on the lake or have great lake views. The only reason it was not a 10 was because they lock the front gate at 10pm and if you are outside after that, you are not getting in (ie, padlock on gate, not a combination lock)
Sites have almost no privacy from each other. Tents are the preferred style of camper at this park. We did not feel comfortable stepping outside our 5th wheel with 24 beer drinkers 15 feet away in all three directions. As a result we spent the weekend INSIDE. Site rate is $15 per night, but each car/truck is charged a $10 entry fee everyday.