View was everything I expected. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Restrooms were very clean. Our only complaint were the other campers. Drinking out on the sandbars and leaving their beer bottles, and allowing their dogs on the shoreline and in the water which was a definitely no-no.
After the long drive that day, and then the long drive (5 miles) into the park to get to the campsites, we were pretty disappointed at what we saw. The park itself was beautiful, but the campsites were pitiful. Very crammed in for a state park and this is suppose to the a very large state park. If only they gave as much time and attention to the campground as they gave the golf course and the stables. We almost left but it was late and we were tired, so after our 4th attempt at a decent site we final settled in. There were a lot of families with far more people in their site than should have been allowed, campers that looked like they had been there for months (even though there was a 2 week max), dogs tied up with no one around. Our goal was to use our last day of vacation for the kids to swim in the lake, but we could never find the access to the lake. Left early the next morning.