This is a very nice campground, large pull-thru sites in one section with full w/e/s other sites were only w/e. Good walking/biking trails. Quiet since it was after Labor Day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my fourth North Dakota state park, and I am really surprised that all North Dakota State parks charge the same regardless of whether the hookup is water/electric only, or water/electric/sewer. Also, if you have the North Dakota annual pass, then you only pay $20. Without the pass, it's $25. But with all that aside, this is a beautiful park to stay in. The sites are far apart, and each site has lots of acreage. My site had the full w/e/s hookup. Most of the sites appear to be pull through, but didn't explore the entire park. If you don't carry satellite, you can get excellent over the air reception of the major networks and PBS stations. Although there are trees, the trees don't shade the sites. The trees are between sites. Great for TV reception, bad for hot days. Verizon Air Card worked great on 3G service. Good reception on Verizon cell phone. Very relaxing to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pull thru sites are quite open. The bathrooms and showers were very clean but to keep the shower going you had to pull a rope which was inconvenient. There is no longer any beach or water because it's all dried up. The back in sites seemed more treed and private. The playground was okay. The park was very quiet when we were there, not many people. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.