The camp ground is great. There are nice spacious wooded sites and a 10 mile bike trail. I would rate it higher except that we had bad neighbors and the park security did nothing to control the loud music and floodlights (they played beanbag into the night) set up by the party goers. This went on past quiet hours and took away the enjoyment of sitting by a peaceful campfire. The next day another camping group set up their boom box to blast their music, then left the campsite with the music playing while they was gone. We just packed up and left. Camp ground rules need to be enforced or fewer families will return.
We stopped here 1 night to horseback ride. Lots of things for kids but you pay seperately for the pool, games, activities. Campsites were too close together and we felt crowded even though half the sites were empty. Our neighbors had strings of lights all over their site and kept them on 24 hours. (Camper's be considerate that your lights shine through windows at night. Most people want peace and quiet at night, park Hosts should enforce a 10pm lights out except for campfires.) I wouldn't stay beyond 1 day and only for the horseback riding.