Wonderful campground. They provide activities almost every evening, making sure everything age range is catered to throughout the week. There's a predictably overpriced store where you can buy since essentials, and a few luxuries.
Most of the primitive sites were graveled at some point in the past, but they've done a good job of fixing that. There's a swimming pool, fishing pond, and boating pond. Spacious shower house. No water sources in the primitive section, and the shower house is quite a hike from the furthest sites.
This is my favorite campground. It's small and lacks the amenities of most bigger campgrounds. There is a small shower house with a couple showers and toilets in each half that's kept pretty clean. They have spots for campers and tents, with primitive sites both with and without electricity. There are water sources spread throughout the campground. The primitive sites have firepits, as do some of the camper spots, and you can buy a wagon load of fire wood for $5.
Many of the vendors at the nearby Medieval Faire stay here for the 5 week run of the faire. Because so many people return every year, you find people gathering around campfires to socialize.