While there is nice natural beauty within some of the park and nearby, most of this park is more built up than your typical state park. You can play mini golf, go swimming in a lifeguard-watched pool, play sports. They even have a new high ropes course (ziplines) my cousins speak highly of. The hiking trails are quite historic with Daniel Boone and other settlers’ stories, including a historic mill, stone church, and cemeteries. For our personal taste this campground was too resorty, but it would be great for a family or diverse group.
Yay: Campgrounds have full amenities including grocery.
Nay: The campground is very open, not private. The county fairgrounds is inside this park so if you happen to go through while an event is taking place it will be crazy busy.
Surprise: loved the bird sanctuary and was pleasantly impressed by the historical information. Love the mill stone walkways.
We usually camp here at least 3 times every year. They have dedicated tent sites with electric and also a primitive tent area. It's open year around but in the summer season you can take a trail off of loop I that leads to the community pool to cool off. The campground organizes fun activities for the summer holidays like tie dying, camper's only pool party, bingo, best decorated campsite, etc. It always seems to pack out everytime we are there.