The tent sites have pads that are tiny and odd sized. The roads and sites are rutted and rocky. The sites are hard to pull into. Most of the sites are not very private. The "lake" they show on the website is not the one that they allow swimming in. Feather Lake is filthy, green and scummy and is only deep enough for small children to play in. The restrooms are filthy as are the showers. On the plus side, the sites are nicely wooded which blocks the rain (LOL). The shower stalls are large and the hot water is plentiful. Wildlife is abundant: raccoons, chipmunks and deer. I advise skipping this park. Try Sand Springs (on the same road) or Cooper's Rock (if you don't mind a park curfew). We camped here in a Tent.
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The guy who checked us in was very friendly and he even drove firewood to our site. We camped off season, very empty, peaceful and enjoyable. There was one or two seasonals but we were far enough away from them that it seemed we were alone. Yes we would come here often, though maybe not in season as it looks like it could be very full. In the snow season they offer sledding. It may be fun to camp here then too. We camped here in a Truck Camper.