This is a very nice state park and we have camped here many times. The sites are large enough and some of them have a nice view of the water. We usually camp in the handicapped site, but this time were in #16 or 18. Nice tables, fire pit, and even pads to park on. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean campground including the bath facilities. It's a beautiful park with lots of trees and our site had a great view of the lake. The sites range from quite large to rather small. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We visited the park during the winter so it was very quiet and mostly empty. There are a variety of sites but all are large enough for a 30 foot travel trailer with a slide. Some sites were huge and provide enough room for the largest rigs and provide space for parking more than one vehicle. All pads are asphalt, level, and back in type. The bathhouse was heated and clean. No sewer hookups so you have to use the dumpstation near the visitor center. Our site had 30 amp electric and water. The hiking trail is 2.5 miles long, well marked, and relatively easy to walk. The visitor center has an interesting wildlife display and some gift shop items but no real camping supplies other than ice. The employees I met were friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.