Nice, quiet campground. We arrived the afternoon of the last day of Lobster Fest and it was fairly full, but quiet. No children that I saw and well behaved pets. The next day half the campers left and it seemed to be mostly seasonal and us the rest of the time. First site uneven due to tree roots and lack of gravel but we were changed to another that was fine, except all the sites could use fresh gravel. This one pooled water in a rain, but drained fairly quickly. Nice pool and rec hall. Showers need a little updating, but adequate. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Our pull through site was a little quirky but by going in the "wrong way," we achieved a grassy lawn with shade trees. Lovely setting on a former plantation with mature trees. Creek winds through and spills into lake. Has lots of helpful staff, a large store and a nice pool. They showed movies at night in an open air pavilion for children.
This park has a nice pool and pavilion. The staff is very friendly. However, the sites are just like a gravel parking lot and for the most part the lake view is just a narrow passage. Some of the sites were junky with stuff piled everywhere. It worked for us just staying one night but I would want more ambiance at the site for a longer stay.