We stayed here for our annual family and friend camping event. We had group sites 52 and 53. The group sites are not much bigger than regular sites at many campgrounds I've been to. They are also very picky about the number of "wheels" on each site. This is specified on the rules when you reserve and they aren't kidding. There is a campground host on each loop. We were on the Hardwoods Loop which did not have electricity but several other loops did. Our sites were lake side so it was nice to have a path to walk down to get to the boats right there.
All sites are heavily wooded in all the loops so solar is not a good option here. The fish cleaning house is nice and there were many pan fish caught by our group. There is lots of room between most sites and lots of wooded area between our site and the lake. There are very few houses on this flowage as it primarily belongs to the national forest. There is a bar nearby that sells very expensive ice and has a small bait shop but we didn't mind supporting the locals.
There is a dump station here and potable water available. Flush toilet and shower buildings on several loops but No Soap or hand dryer. The Feds are all worried about COVID but you don't get soap and when we left it in the bathroom for our use, the rangers threw it away! Go figure! All in all a good place
There were dumpsters here for garbage as well as recycling so please save your plastic, glass and cans to place into the recycle bin