Camped here on a weekend. Excellent base camp, close to many area attractions. Staff is very friendly. Escort to site. They loaned me a longer power and cable TV cable. Firewood is delivered to the site. Clean grounds, gravel and grass sites. Pools were very clean, but partially shaded. Activities on the weekends. Nice camp store. I asked for the nearest market, the lady handed me pre-printed directions to a stop-n-shop and a Walmart. My in-laws came for an overnight stay and were allowed to set up a tent on our site. Lots of seasonals here and no sewer. You can drop grey water, but the in-ground drywell in very small and fills quickly. It only accept a small garden hose. They do have a dump station just outside the main entrance. We would definitely consider coming back.
We arrived on a Tuesday. As others have posted, the woman behind the desk didn't seem very friendly, I almost felt like I was bothering her if I asked questions. The store is nice, but very small. They offer a small amount of supplies and groceries. Grounds are relatively clean, paved out front, gravel towards the back. Was a little hard trying to figure out exactly where our site was, poor markings and ours we had to back down a small hill into the site which backed up to a pond. There was a telephone pole right in the middle of our site. Site was all grass. The water hook-up was rather challenging. Never saw a faucet like that before. After we got settled, there weren't many people around. I think we had the only children there. No play ground. Pool was mostly in the shade. Petting zoo was rather outdated and was only home to 2 donkeys and a pony. Seemed like a mostly older crowd. The grounds staff were pretty friendly. My propane tank had an air pocket so they bled it and topped it off and refunded my money. The firewood was delivered to my site, although it didn't seemed "seasoned". If your looking for an overnight stay or a really really quiet place, here it is.