This park is beautiful. We camped in E221, which appeared to be an older section. Plenty of deer running around and planed activities for kids and adults, but sign up early as they fill up quick. Some of the sites appeared to be kind of hard to get into with larger trailers or RV's. Make sure you tell family the parks phone number in case of emergency due to lack of cell phone coverage. The Inn's food is wonderful and they have free Wi-Fi.
We camped here in site #6 in a 32ft TT. The site has a beautiful view of the lake. The camp site is very level on a chip gravel surface. The camp site is rather tricky getting into due to the narrow camp drive. Some of the other spots looked very hard to get into some big campers might have some trouble. The bathrooms were very clean but need some shelves in the bath stalls so you can set shower stuff on. Beach is yucky, so you probably want to go to the Kentucky Dam's beach to swim. There isn't a whole lot to do for younger kids the campground has a slide and another child's playground toy. (Manual merry go round.) Dumping can be a pain as you have to make a circle to get back around to the dump station, but the dump station looks new. This is a great campground if your bringing your boat because it has two boat ramps and extra parking but that parking is a short distance from the camp sites. Nice campground for people without children or children that have enough patience to sit and fish. PS: Fishing from the bank was great.
We stayed here passing through for two nights. The camp site was clean and large. The downside is that your door faces the door of the person camping next to you so you sit and look at each other a lot. There is no pool at the campground and you have to pay extra to use the beach across the road. The campground is very large and on a busy weekend very loud. They do have lots of security walking around though.
The park staff was great and the camp sites were very clean. The cave tour was great. The weather was very hot so we ran our generator a lot for our dog which wasn't a hit with the tent and tent campers nearby. The park service switch our site when they saw how long our camper was so our stay was enjoyable.