We stayed in this beautiful park on a fall weekend. As with all state parks, this is a quiet, low key campground with decent sized sites. We also entered on the "Trent Road" side to avoid the up and down hill drive from the park's main entrance. The bathrooms were fine, clean and basic, and the showers were nice and hot--especially on a cold fall weekend. We liked that you could walk from your site down to the lake area. We plan to visit again next summer to take advantage of the renovated beach area. I guess the only downside is that the campground is hilly--not great for bike riding with small children.
The campground was clean and the pool area was nice. Our site was extremely close to adjacent site (good thing the next door campers were friendly). Check in was somewhat of a long process because they required registration papers for all campers and vehicles. My kids enjoyed the playground and the Saturday night bingo game. This was an acceptable alternative, but we'd much rather stay in the State Park down the hill, as the rates are lower and the sites are huge in comparison.