Nice wooded park, friendly staff. Water pressure is ok but not great especially when park is full. This is a popular camp ground but it can be hard to access for big rigs (roads leading to the park, not the park itself). They have a petting zoo for kids and mountain bike trails. They also have a fishing and swimming lake which is clean.
I live here year round and I love it. I have been here for 18 months with no problems at all. Even though most sites are not level, it is easy to get your rig level. The water pressure is excellent, the lake is much bigger than previously stated by other posters. The park claims 275 acres of water but I have explored every part of this lake in my kayak and I believe it is much bigger. I plotted it on my GPS and came up with a fun six mile trip through the lake. It is a very quiet park, which I believe is good for overnight campers who need a place to get a good night's sleep. The bathrooms were recently repainted and are much improved. The management is very friendly and will help in any way possible. We have a telescope observatory and mountain bike trails. Come visit, it's not perfect but it is a good place to rest after a long day of travel.