This campground has a newly updated bath house and 20 sewer sites, along with plenty of other sites near the woods or out in the open to choose from. There's always a list of planned activities from tie dying shirts to early morning putt putt competitions, so that's nice if you need to occupy any children. And the playground and grocery store were nice offerings as well. Also, there's a nearby fort from the 1800's to explore if you have a couple free hours.
There's a few different options of sites to choose from, from the basic to ones with gravel living space to ones with sewer hookups. The bathrooms could use some updating as the sinks don't have hot water and using the shower requires pushing the faucet on every 2 min. The putt putt course is okay, but needs to be cleaned more often. The playgrounds were our favorite place to be as they have a pretty good choice of equipment. There are a couple hiking trails and there's a pool for the summer months. Overall it was a pretty good getaway.