While there is a group campsite here. We stayed in one of the 70 individual sites. As with many NPs there was no electric service, but the bathrooms were clean and there was running water and an RV dump station in the campground. Each site has a fairly level gravel drive, a picnic table and fire/bbq grill. We put a hammock up in two trees by our site. We were here in the fall with lots of colorful leaves. In the early morning, I saw wild turkeys roaming the campground. The Fruit historic site with fruit orchards and the Gifford House Museum and store are nearby. As we were in the off season, we had our choice of sites.