If you and your kids are into cycling there are 2 main mountain bike trails and lots of smaller ones. There are 2 sandy beaches on the lake for swimming. Canoes and related equipment are available for rent. With the greenery of the underbrush and trees, most sites have good privacy. This was the third time I've camped here. We had two major thunderstorms and there was a few inches of water (for a short period of time) on the site. Not a problem for us in a travel trailer, but not so good for tents. Also, bears were active in the park this summer. One wandered thru our site as we sat in the trailer eating breakfast. The day we arrived I had seen one at a nearby site. We stayed in the East River campground.
This is a campground in a field across from O'Reilly Raceway Park. There are some shaded sites along 2 tree lines. The rest of the campground is open. This is a race-oriented crowd, so be aware of the fireworks and music in the evenings. There is an sanitation dump for RVs. A short walk to the drag strip. If you're going to the oval track the walk is considerably longer. Generators are allowed.
I camped for 4 nights in the electric serviced sites portion of the campground. Sites are flat and sandy. I only had to adjust the tongue jack, TT was level side to side. Some sites don't have a lot of privacy, but not as "open" as it is at Lake of Two Rivers campground. Comfort station was clean. Short ride or hike to the Old Railway Bike Trail and Track and Tower hiking trail.
A good park if you like canoeing. Three lakes accessible from the campground and more elsewhere in the park. Gravel sites in Hawks Nest North campground where we stayed. Hiking trails for those who hike. Not a lot of highway noise (in Hawks Nest campground) even though Highway 144 runs thru the park. I imagine it would be noisier in Wild Rose. Tree cover/shade isn't as good as it could be due to tornado damage in 2002. Poplar and birch are growing up now.