The campground is on the banks of the Raccoon Creek. It’s a pretty standard campground with the usual picnic tables and fire pits. There are some neat buildings scattered around like an old log cabin and an amazing huge round Chautauqua meeting building (wish I could have gone inside instead of peaking in the windows). The nice part is that showers are included in the camping fee and they are pretty good showers with nice temperatures and pressure. It was fun and gross to go into town and see the worlds largest popcorn ball (and mouse colony but the looks of the mouse poop). The best sites are either along the creek or opposite from that along the wooded area. Definitely avoid the sites along the fairgrounds as the workers were out early and loud.