Typical national forest campground, inside forest boundary. Pit toilets and water spouts available, but no other services provided. We really enjoyed our site - backed by the Cub River. We saw fish being caught all day. Developed fire pit with table. There are lots of mature trees in area. Hugely popular with ATV's - both noise and dust. Area was at capacity - arrive early or have reservations.
Not crowded while there, but very narrow sites. Expanded into second site without hassle from staff. Tina, in office, was very nice. RV area is basically gravel. Family tent area has nice grass. Park is beginning to feel "run down." Sour note: had domesticated turkeys and chickens running about, with its associated waste, etc. - one jumped onto the hood of truck scratching the paint. Overall, quiet and pleasant stay.