Resort area is well organized. RV sites are well-priced, though you won’t get the views that the state sites in town have along the shore. Like many hook-up campgrounds, the RV sites are sterile-feeling (standard parking lot style). Okay if you plan to be out & about all day but not ideal for hanging out around the RV. Campfires only allowed off to the side in a picnic area.
Bathrooms very clean and warm.
Yurts would be my go-to if I were to come again or recommend to family. Fun experience. Fire pits nearby.
Tent sites are really just a patch of grass between the row of Yurts and the playground/bathroom. You could find much more scenic spots not too far unless you’re just looking for a place to lay your head.