Site that we had was a full hookup and large that was gravel and level. Even with rain we had that night it drained fairly well. Being at the end of camping season the store still had good supply. We did not use the pool but it was clean and good size. In the morning their was free coffee for the campers which was nice. The campground was about 5 minutes away from all attractions. Getting to the campground was easy but did have a railroad track that was rough. We had no problem getting into the site.
We stayed 4 nights with a perfect view of the lake. Our site was be enough for our 32 foot travel trailer and truck. Some of the sites close to us, were not all that big. Some of the campers had problems getting everything on their lot. The full hook ups on our site worked good. We faced the lake which was great but had to be careful about using our awning. The wind coming off the lake was kind of strong. While we were here, a pretty strong storm came in, the wind was bad, it rained 4-1/2 inches. The campground had good drainage, not much water standing around were we were. We would stay here again.
The park was a first rate park. Water, electric, and sewer work great. The parking pads were concrete and large enough for our 32 foot RV and truck. Their isn't much shade right now but as the trees get bigger their will be. The staff I think did a good job and suggested some places to eat which turned out to be very good. Out behind the pool they are making a lake that at a later date will have lake front sites as the attendant was telling us. It would have been nice if a person could have gotten coffee in the morning at the store but at this time they don't have a coffee machine, but they told us that is in the future. Only being the second season they are finding out what people would like. We stayed on our way to upper Michigan for two nights and like it so well we stayed one night on our way home. We would stay here again.