It was fun trying to use maps along with gps to find our way to the campground. There is zero cell service/WiFi at the park, or for at least 5-10 miles from it. The sites are clean, flat, and spaced nicely on the northwest end, but a little too open and feels crowded on the eastern end. Bathrooms are clean and functional, with one shower stall in each, so there could be a line for the showers. The fire rings are showing their age (and the regular high humidity of the area), but functional. There is not an actual tent pad, so you’re going to need sturdy tent pegs for guy lines. It’s rocky and covered with gravel. Plenty of trees in the northwestern end for hammocks, and from our hang we were able to watch squirrels, chipmunks, fireflies, and a variety of birds. It’s a fairly flat mile-long walk to the park office and a quaint discovery area with benches, streams, and encourages little wildlings to enjoy the forest. On the way out, we saw elk grazing around homes and nicely mowed lawns. Great end to a lovely weekend.