A very nice state park. Sites are wooded, near the lake, some sites were very close to the shore. Some were up on the hilltop and you couldn't see the lake for the trees, but that's OK. It is close to Tulsa, with lots to do. There is a marina right near the campgrounds with a restaurant on the water. It is a very nice place to stay.
Park was decent, we visited shortly after the hurricane, so it was full of hurricane clean up crews. I'm used to State Parks and National Forest campgrounds, so I didn't like it, no trees, very barren and too darn close to each other.