We stayed in "Area A", as this is where the only showerhouse and dump station was located. The area had very few trees, and was hot and windswept. There were 30Amp hookups, but the "sites" were ill defined. Each electrical post had receptacles for 4 campers to hookup, and you just park however you can to hookup. Very strange.. The coin-op showers were clean and appreciated. We were here the Wednesday night prior to Labor Day weekend, and rigs were arriving steadily. There are dirt roads leading off to remote areas, and people with large rigs were heading down them. Area A was high above the lake, and we walked down to check out the boat ramp and the view. There were several dirt roads leading to remote campfire rings on the shoreline. We passed "Area B" when leaving the next morning, and it looked a little more inviting. The electric sites in "Area A" did not have a lake view. We camped here in a Motorhome.