We camped here in June when the temps were in the 90's and the shade that the trees in this campground offer were a life saver. The campground is always clean and the sites are level with gravel. They have picnic tables and fire pits at each site and water is usually close. Check maps because you may need to stop at the dump/water station on the way in for fill up. We were on A32 this trip and really enjoyed the seclusion of the site. It is a double site. We have my 37 foot TT and my sisters 24 foot TT with plenty of room for 4 vehicles on site. I like this campground because unlike state parks, they don't allow hover boards, motor bikes, or golf carts to run around the grounds. That sounds like an old woman response, but when you have about 20 (not exaggerating) hover boards and kids running around on golf carts constantly, it makes for an unpleasant trip. So remember this place if you want peace and quiet. Also, you have to book 6 months in advance to get a good spot. Bath houses are clean also. The only thing negative that I can say is that the trail down to the water was blocked with a fallen tree and a lot of poison ivy.