After spending many weekends in this campground, I've definitely fallen in love with it.
The only time I've seen it anywhere near full was Labor Day Weekend when there's a community swap meet about a third of a mile away. Even then, there were plenty of sites to snag.
There are flush toilets and pay showers through mid September. After that, they bring in porta potties.
Sites have a 5 vehicle max, so they're good for groups. Each site has a water spigot. The campground is dog friendly.
No views of Adams from here, but a quick walk or bike ride away will provide some stunning views on a clear day.
The camp ground is well maintained and clean. There are showers, bring quarters if you want to take advantage of them. We enjoyed pitching our tent right next to the stream that runs through the camp, and checking out Goose Lake, about 6 miles away, as well as the natural bridges and ice cave.