Very clean park with green grassy sites (rare in Eastern Washington) paved roads and convenient hookups. The pool was great in the 90 degree weather, we used it at least twice a day during our stay. They do have a playground for the kids, but it was too hot outside for us to be away from the pool. Campfires are not allowed but you can borrow their raised/enclosed fire pit if you insist on having a fire. Friendly staff and easy freeway access with no freeway noise.
Wedged into a lake-view site not big enough to fit our 21' trailer, luckily we were camping with our friends who occupied the adjacent site and didn't mind that we shared their space as well. We paid full fare for only water/electricity at our site since the full hookup sites were booked, thought we should have gotten a price break. Nothing for younger kids to do, they don't allow swimming at the campground despite being on the lake. There isn't a playground. When it rained, which it did all weekend long, our site turned into a mud whole and we had difficulty driving out of the mud to leave when the weekend was over. The Koi pond was very nice as were the gardens and statues, but we wouldn't stay here again.