Overall this is a nice park with an excellent view: some would say outstanding. Mineral content in water is fairly high so we drank bottled water. Unknown if power was 30 or 50 amps, it was enough for our 26 ft trailer. Did not appear to have pull through sites. Fairly cold on the water side for May, suspect it would be a gorgeous place in July/Aug. Sea Caves trek is a nice touch. Restaurant was not open in May, but is scheduled to be opened in June. Overall not bad: would have had higher score if more of the amenities had been opened.
Excellent campground - they even escort/guide you to your site. Each site has picnic table and fire pit. Lots of activities for kids. Despite number of kids around, campground was very quiet by waterfront. Even lent me some tools to fix my awning. Pool, store, organized activities, mini put, arcade, laundromat, even has propane tank re-filler and wood bundles. We will definitively return. Mini-put course requires a little work/improvement as well as an adult swim time (not avail when we were there) would have been appreciated (The addition of both would have earned them a "10").
While there were trees, sites were too close together. While many of the "paths" are paved, red soil means lots of soft wet ground when raining. Quite a few seasonals also. Washrooms and showers could definitively use more care. This was our first campground in our trailer, we found campers were friendly and helpful. A "6" that could have easily been an 8 or 9 with a little more care.