Large open spaces. Too bad the roads are narrow and steep in spots. Follow their directions for getting to the park. My GPS took me up and over the local ski slopes to get there. Didn't use the showers there due to not being very clean and costing money. Only stayed one night passing through, and the kids said they wanted to come back. Lots of good, maintained play structures and areas for them to run and play.
Wide variety of sites available, from heavily wooded to full sun all day. Hiking and nature trails are absolutely wonderful, it can be a 90* day and some of the trails will take you through canyons that never get over 60*. Swimming pool has no shade and very few umbrellas available. Plan on bringing an extension cord. Have yet to be at a site that doesn't need it.
This is our favorite park to camp at. Usually camp here at least a few times a year. The play equipment is top notch, (although someone has severely damaged part of it the last time we were here). Bathrooms are maintained decently and regularly. Have never had issues with electric in 3 years.
Stayed here for an extended weekend. Very helpful staff, very efficiently run. Campground is older and it shows. The pool was nice and very well maintained. Cool 3-wheel bikes and paintball for older kids. The bad: the mini golf needs some refreshing and the kids play set is literally rotting and rusting away. If this was replaced, it would be nearly perfect with the exception of some road noise.
Had a great time, the hosts were friendly and fairly took care of some irritating campers. Playground equipment is newer and suited to all ages. There is a paved road around the lake which is great for walking/riding about 3-4 miles long, with picnic areas regularly. Great fishing spots and hiking all over. It makes you feel very green when driving in to see all the windmills in the area as well. Most of the spots are a good size with a couple very large so they didn't have to cut down large trees. The sites are pretty level with a gravel pad, there are a few concrete handicap sites. There are no sites designated as pull-through, but a couple can be used as such. It was easy maneuvering a 30' trailer through there and could easily accommodate 40' rigs.
Nice park. A lot of various activities, well run. They charge for the pool, but the lake is free and a lot of fun for everyone. Some of the hookups are on opposite ends of the site, so bring extensions for all your hookups. We'll go back for sure.
They charge an extra daily fee of $8 to drive in and they don't tell you about until you arrive and can't get a refund of your reservation anymore. The restrooms stank to the high heavens, the shower never completely turned off and the beach was very dirty. There are no trees throughout the campground and they appear to have no plans to grow any more. The view to the south is of the Ford steam towers, and to the north is of the nuclear towers. We never found the playgrounds until on the way out, which were at least a half-mile away. But if you are a boater this is probably a perfect campground as there is great access to Lake Erie and you'd care very little about other amenities on the campground.
We have 3 kids 5 & under, they enjoyed the pools, painting, flying kites, riding bikes up and down the street. The staff was helpful, they showed up in minutes when I needed a pair of pliers to take down the awning. We lucked out as we where in a sparsely populated area of the park with no immediate neighbors. The only two problems was trying to get garbage picked up by the guys on the golf carts flying up and down the road. I finally had to wave them down. At one point there where a bunch of drunks speeding around the camp ground honking horns and making a ruckus on golf carts, but at least it didn't come directly by us. I'd consider going back. I enjoyed bike riding around the lake myself.