If I could give this camp ground 10000000 stars, I would.
I will provide as much information to give you as much info on what to expect if you plan to visit.
You drive up the entrance of the park, and on your right there'll be a trailer with a sign that says parking. You will park your car there over night/during the day. But you can drive up close to the campsite for you to unload your car.
There are 10 spots. This a first come, first served campground. There is ample space between campgrounds. A fire pit is located at each of the sites. It's not a constructed firepit, rather one in the dirt surrounded by rocks.
There isn't much of a trail to hike, so you'll have to drive out to one. But there are many in the area, less than 40 minutes away.
The keeper is super nice and a wonderful guy.
There is a Porta potty available. Trashcans are located everywhere throughout the park. The keeper, who is located in the trainer by the parking, sells Firewood if you need some.
There are only 2 campsites located nestled in the woods, the others are located in a rather flat, open area with trees around one side, and the lake on the other.
Not every site has a picnic table, so I'd suggest bringing a tiny table for food prep/surface to work on.
Cell service is pretty low so just prepare for that
There is a small shelter in the event of rain with bunk beds. Therr is a pavilion and a small swing set for kids.