Park is very large and outwardly appears clean and well kept. We stayed in the 'D' Loop. It was difficult to find an acceptable site as the assigned site was far too small with the neighbors encroaching into it. The bathhouse was old and dingy at best. The sink has a permanent leak that is rigged with PVC pipe to drain into a floor drain. It was not a very appealing bathhouse to use. There are no fire rings at any site - they have 3 throughout the campgrounds - I find this a bit ridiculous for their prices. Overall OK park, but I won't go back unless I have no other options.
This is a very nice park. It was quite clean and well kept. There are falls a short distance away that provide beautiful scenery and hiking trails (we didn't have time to hike this trip). There is a well used public park adjacent to the campground - horseshoes, pavillions, kids playground, mini golf. I only have 2 complaints to lodge. 1) I do not like the fact that you cannot reserve specific sites. If you are a late arrival, as we were, you get whatever site remains. We were stuck directly across from the Campground Host and the bathroom (too much traffic for me and that is a personal preference), and 2) there is no dump station at the Lake Side campground. You must drive up the road and down a very steep, winding road across the street to the River Campground to use the dump station. It is a bit sketchy of a drive. Aside from those 2 items we will return - enjoyed our stay.
Great park - tons of hiking, wildlife spotting, canoe/kayak/trolling motor lakes, fishing docks as well. A very clean park - restrooms at campground were immaculate. Biggest negative was NO SHADE and no hope of trees growing around any camp site. Bring your own shade and you'll have a nice, relaxing time. This park is a definite do-over for us. Happy Camping!