The park and RV sites look very clean, the waterfall was gorgeous. You can wade in and walk to the top. It is a larger campground so be prepared to walk a bit to get to anywhere. We needed a cabin to rent, but there is only 1 available and it was already booked. We loved the beach, but the parking for it was adjacent to a VERY steep, rocky hill which was treacherous for the stroller and elderly-we could have walked back a ways to use the other access which was safer(and closer to campers). We saw the snorkelers out there in the water, but were so disappointed that the zip line was not open despite calling ahead and being assured it was (we drove 4 hours and this was to be the highlight of the trip so this staffing issue/poor customer service for us was too much to bear). We'll be back as we promised the kids but am skeptical as to what we'll get out of it. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This is a crowded, messy county park with lots of shabby seasonals. Our pull through site was the best of the lot but still very unlevel. We wouldn't even go into the restrooms to check them out. Hook-ups were located pretty far from where you had to park your rig, but they could be reached. One night was enough, though we had a beautiful bike ride through the country side. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.