Only an 8 because the one set of showers that you must drive to, don't lock and only have a shower curtain to separate the two showers from the dressing area. For water, there are spigots around the sites you can get a container and fill and tote back, or some are close enough you can run a hose, fill and disconnect. There are no sewers so if you stay more than a few days you will have to move and dump at a site about 1/2 mile from campgrounds. Getting in was a little challenge, some roads are narrow, and was washed out at one point so it was single lane. Roads are paved in campground and should be no problem for most motor homes /5th wheels. Now the great. For pete's sake it's right on Beaver Lake. Staff is friendly and you can rent boats at the marina, which is about 200 feet from campground. Quiet and patrolled by the sheriff, we felt very safe here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This State Park campground on Beaver Lake is very well maintained and has a very friendly, but very small staff. We go here once or twice a year for fishing and boating. Sites are paved and relatively level, all with "patio" space, a concrete picnic table and fire ring. Very quiet at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.