This is a very clean but basic campground, gives you a state park feel but with extras. Off season it was very quiet. We stayed in a group site and canoed all day Saturday. The campground has a small but well stocked store, game room, playground and friendly staff. We were transported up river with our canoes and paddled back to the campground, about 8 miles but there are various drop off spots depending how long you want to be on the water. Well worth the experience.
The Good: This campground has it all, pools, playground, paved roads, store, restaurant, good service and different activities. Most sites are good but like any other campground has some bad sites too. Clean bathrooms and showers. The Bad: Rules are not enforced and camping etiquette does not exist among the campers. People cutting through sites, cars parked all over the place, no security enforcement of the rules, basic free for all. Adults there get drunk and let their kids run wild throughout the park again without a word. Parents leaving their kids at the park while they go out to drink and party at the local bars. Not only golf carts but jacked up speed machines that fly all over the place well above the speed limit again with no enforcement of the rules, normal carts are not too bad or as fast. A security staff that only drives around in their fire engine golf cart putting fires out at midnight and letting everything else go. Kids still running around past 11:00 curfew because parents are out of the campground. Language, language, language. This campground is not as advertised, family fun.
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.