I have camped here twice. Once with girl scouts as a large group and once as a large family camping event. It is a primitive campsite, meaning the only electricity and water is at the bath houses. There are fire pits at each campsite, and they accommodate up to 20 people per site for a nice price (under $20).
You will hear coyotes at night, and the first time we were with the girlscouts camping they actually came into camp area, so make sure you secure away food and anything that would attract wild animals.
at&t will sometimes get 1 bar in certain areas. t-mobile will get no service here. There's no wifi, but the camp host was nice.
You can borrow the canoes and life vests for use on the pond, for free last I checked. There's a large pavilion in the middle that can be used for entertainment.
Firewood is just all around you, there's usually enough downed trees and sticks.
Reason for 4 stars is because the the fence is broken in some areas and it isn't looking like it'll be repaired. It's a very nice campsite for what it is.