Excellent park, big sites many seasonal but well kept up. Roads a little narrow but one way so no problem. Very friendly and helpful staff. Easy to find. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very shady/wooded. Nice creek and pleasant surroundings. But this was not our cup of tea. I didn't even try to point the Dish, and no cable. The lake beach was nice; we prefer a pool. 30A max, and the voltage (according to my EMS) was pretty iffy when the CG was full. It happens that two of the ladies in the office are very new to camping (thus clueless about a lot of questions). This park DEFINITELY needs a parking guide, as small, winding and hilly as the paths are. If you have a big rig, and are new at it, this campground will be a challenge. Overall, I think if you're looking for a retreat in the woods with no frills, particularly with a pop-up or other small rig, this may be the place for you. If you're looking for a KOA, go elsewhere. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I chose this campground based solely on it's location, seeing as it was 15 minutes from where our family needed to be during the day that weekend. I didn't expect much based on their website, and I am very pleased that I took the chance. We had a great time. The kids enjoyed the nice sandy beach, and the small stream running almost directly by our site was a constant source of entertainment. On the down side, there are A LOT of seasonal sites, 90 according to the owner, and they definitely look like people who have been there for a while. Our site (red23) was fantastic, clean and perfect for what we were looking for. Note that the store/office closes early and she does not stay a minute late. We will go again. We camped here in a Motorhome.