Stayed here just 1 night as part of our Thousand Trails membership. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer) but possibly one of the strangest hookups we've yet encountered in our year of full-time RV living. The power was right next to the site as usual, the sewer was a bit of a stretch but nothing crazy. But then the water took nearly all 50 feet of our hose to stretch over to a shared Y-valve connected to multiple Y-valves that provide water for multiple sites out of the same water spigot. Nobody else was hooked up around us so we didn't have to share water, but that would surely decrease your water flow if all the valves are in use.
We chose a nice site near the water. The site was gravel with a cement pad on the side with a picnic bench. On either side of the gravel site the grass was soggy and we dug in a bit when backing up.
We were planning on staying a few nights, but because of the lack of internet and the remote location, we opted to move along to another stop.