This campground is no-frills, but it is a perfectly adequate overnight stop. I was the only one there on that particular night. The normal cost is $14 for a night, but this had been discounted to $12 due to the water being off [because of sub-freezing temperatures]. Restrooms were closed because of this.
The place is nothing fancy, but it is dependable, and it won't cost you a fortune like some other places might. There is no pool, and no other amenities that I know of, but it is a good place to stay for a night.
The campground is just off of highway 95, but road noise was negligible. The shower stall was nicely-tiled, spacious, and very clean. Bathroom also came equipped with a heater (very welcome on a freezing night).
This is a nice place: I was here on a warm autumn weekend, and it was almost full. There is no pool, although swimming is allowed in the [man-made] lake during the summer. Showers and restroom were very clean. Trees provide plenty of shade.
This is not a luxury park, but this was fine by me, since I am usually not interested in paying for amenities I don't use (pools, playgrounds, and so forth). My site was near the interstate, but I didn't find noise to be a problem. It was perfect for a 1-night stay.