A Corps of Engineers park and an excellent place to camp. Most sites are well shaded, paved, and nearly level. The waterfront sites are beautiful. Primary activities besides camping is fishing, boating, swimming, and some hiking. Fishing is usually very good. The park was well maintained. Water for hookup is available but bring plenty of hose and a "Y" connector. The only negative thing is that the raccoons can be a nuisance. GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 36.43222, -95.68083
We stayed in the newer edition at the Flying Squirrel campground. Shade was sparse and water hydrants were even sparser and bathrooms in that sector were nonexistent. Our section was right next to the the highway. There was a store and a nightclub across the highway from the park. It was sort of like camping near the "strip" in your home town without any noticeable gunfire. This is not a good place just to go camping.