The RV park is considerably cheaper than staying at the nearby state park. It has graveled sites and good sized trees (no grass). There's a storm shelter, so you don't need to worry about tornados. It's just 3 miles to town and handy to the lake. They have a clubhouse for rallies or to rent out. The staff was very obliging and helpful.
This park is as close as you can get to DC and Baltimore, I think. We ran into a little problem as they'd booked us into too small a site without the amenities we'd requested. That required negotiating to get a site at all and then moving 2 days later to a site with full hookups. Not convenient, once you are set up. Otherwise it's a fine place.
We got the Passport rate, so our site was graveled, but the regular sites are paved. It was the longest site we've ever had, so no problem as a pull-through. Sure wish they'd had the wi-fi. Very nice park!
We liked this open RV park (easy to get satellite reception). I wish we could have stayed for the weekend entertainment. My only disappointment was the charge for the wi-fi. Also couldn't get good reception on our Verizon cell phones.