This is a clean and quiet park Monday through Friday, but on Saturday and Sunday it gets super crowded. They do offer wifi but good luck with that. There is little to no at&t coverage here.
Restrooms are outdated but clean. The shower we used had only hot water, not good in 95 degree weather. They do have level sites with water and 30a electricity for $20 per night. They have a dump station at the entrance of the park. They say they are upgrading all sites to 50a soon. Food, fuel and shopping all within 15 miles.
All in all we liked this park and will visit it again in the fall. The camp host is a nice friendly guy that has been there for 18 years.
August 17, 2018 - reviewed by Susan
When I arrived, the campground was very quiet. I had a hard time picking a spot since I am tent camping and there are no tent pads and not many level spots. I settled on a great site next to the lake and got set up before a dramatic thunderstorm came through. Then the party started. Three cars with late teen/ early 20's came out to the lake to talk, drink and vomit near my campsite. They were trying to be quiet, but I'm a light sleeper so didn't really sleep until they passed out in the early morning. Bathhouse is two buildings, one for day users, really gross, and one for campers, in serious need of renovation but passable. Camp host greeted me in the morning. He missed the party since he was at his other job, but apologized and said he wished I had called 911. Trail at the North end to walk my dog in the morning. Overall, probably won't return.