We stayed here one night and part of the next day. We camped in the older Ochegie campground (site #1) near the historic native village site and trail. There were few people camping so it was quiet. We called the office as no one had been staffing it when we arrived. The ranger was very nice and brought us a stamped sticker for my state park passport. He answered several questions for us too.
The next day, we explored some more of the park. There were several Purple Martin houses near the parking lot of the picnic area and we enjoyed watching the martins coming and going and feeding youngsters. The interpretive center was closed so we missed that. There is a fire tower you can climb, but we passed because we had a time crunch. We never used the showers or restrooms as our camper is self-contained.
We will return to see more of this park.