We stayed 2 nights in spot 32 which was a pull-through spot (more of a side of the road) the water was 10 feet from our door and had partial shade with 30 amp service. They do have some 50 amp service sites. The bath house is a little far from this site. They have no playground for the kids, but they do allow lake swimming. The park it self was very clean and well maintained. They have several sites that are right on the water, its also a great place for kayaks because they do not allow any boats over 25hp. The park is only open from March to September.
The campground was really nice very clean and for the most part the staff was friendly. For the most part all the sites were pretty level and very spacious. Had real nice play grounds for the kids to play on. There was also a splash pad for the kids to get wet ($3 charge). They have a beach area for the lake but the lake had lots of lily pads that had grown up in that area. The Park was really nice and we will definitely be going back.
We arrived late around 11pm so the gate was locked, but they had given us the code to get into the gate. We found it hard to see the camping spot numbers in the dark. We had site 80, but after driving around the campground a couple of times the camp host came out and told us that we wouldn't fit in there. So she told us site 7 was the only one available that would hold us for the days we had selected. She was very helpful and escorted us to our site. Sites 2 thruough 8 will hold a large motorhome or trailer. They are easy back-ins, but not very private and on a main drag in the campground. The beach area was nice and clean and had several life guards on duty. Across the road from the beach area was a wading area with a water fall you could walk under. They also had a large deck with seating that over looked the falls that was really nice. This campground was really nice and worth the trip for us and we may return one day.
This is a really nice park. We stayed here for a couple of nights and was very pleased. We stayed in section 3 which is mostly pull-through sites. All were pretty level. There is some lake side sites but you need to get there early on a Friday because its a first come first served. There is a beach area swim at your own risk. There is no life guard. Great place to ride bicycles. The park is a little spread out so the bicycles came in handy.
This park was hilly but most of the sites are level the park was clean and the staff was friendly. There was a lake that you can fish in but there was no beach area. The pool was nice but its a mile and half hike to the pool from the campground we decided to drive seeing that we had small kids with us there was room to park your RV in the parking lot.