This a beautiful but isolated park. The lake is fed by water from the mountains and currently it is 1/3 filled. If you are a golf, water sports or ATV enthusiast, then you will love this state park. If none of those apply then you may be bored after a few days here. There is fresh water available at the dump station along with other faucets within the campground. We are in site 18 and sitting at the front of the MH, the WiFi is excellent. Don't know how connection is for sites in the loop. Of the 20 sites, there are 4 sites 44' and longer. For a small campground there is a good amount of space between the sites in the loop. In the pull through section, they seem to be closer. The camp host is very helpful. The nine-hole golf course ($15 for 9 holes and cart) is a challenge and in the process of being expanded to an 18-hole course, which will be completed this fall. I would suggest you call for a tee time. We camped here in a Motorhome.