Our family loved this campground. The sites are big and have a lot of space between them. The water in the lake was clean and warm. It had big boulders left behind by the glaciers that we canoed to and the kids could jump off of them. The camp store was expensive compared to what we are used to. The bathrooms were a little out dated, except for one that look like it was redone a couple of years ago. The bugs were pretty bad in the showering area. The showers are free even though there is a coin operator. The day use area gets real busy on the weekends. We definitely will go back next year. The also don't have a dump station. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park. Large sites for campers also had smaller tent sites. Entrance road could use some tree trimming lot of low branches <10 ft. Lots of near-by trails and boating on large lake. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were in the group site area which is $5 a night per person for qualifying groups. The lake was great and the beach area and buildings were very enjoyable. Sites that we saw looked real nice. The group area could use some signage and some clearing as it was difficult to figure out which site was which. We camped here in a Tent.
We have camped here 3 times and have enjoyed every camping experience here. The sites are very large and private. The fishing is great and we also bring our kayaks and canoe. There are many hiking trails to choose from. I just wish they allowed pets. Every time we come here we must make arrangements for our little dog. She loves camping! I know this policy is common in state campgrounds but it is the only thing that brings my rating to a 9 instead of a 10. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.