This was my first real camping trip since I was a boy, almost 30 years ago.
I was pleasantly surprised with the experience. I'm not a big people person so I was worried it was going to be people on top of people, but it wasn't. Sites were spaced out enough that you know someone was in the site next to you, but you couldn't see them.
The real drag was the cleanliness of the sites, we arrived on a Thursday and pretty much had our pick of sites out of 15. I think we found the cleanest non occupied one by far, but there were others that it looked like a kegger was hosted there the night before.
Please practice carry in/carry out.
Each site had a clearing for at least 1 fairly sized tent, a ringed campfire and plenty of branches and sticks to get things going.
Some wildlife around, but for the most part it was you and nature.
There is a small town not 15 minutes away if you needed or forgot something and it was pretty simple to get there.
I think we have decided to go back again this year as it is close enough to Buffalo, NY that there isn't a lot of planning involved.
Nice campground, free, fishing, secluded, everyone needs to start picking up their trash though