I was surprised that each site is pretty wooded making you feel like you don't have neighbors. The surrounding area is just expansive farmlands which is beautiful to look at when walking the dog in the morning.
They have fun kid things but you have to pay extra to use them. They have a free playground (old school looking, lots of metal haha) that my kids had a lot of fun on so that's good. It also is too rainy to use the fun have-to-pay park which includes these huge pillows that kids can jump on. They also have a trampoline basketball activity and a more updated jungle gym.
The pool seemed small for the campground size but we haven't used it due to the rain so it was just a visual observation.