We camped here in May 2019 in the tent camping area right on the river, just below the dam. There is no electricity for the tent sites. There is water, but not at every tent site. Each tent site had a picnic table, fire ring and grill. This campsite caters to RV's and it looks like several of the RV's live there year round. There is a store. We were the only ones camping in the tent area until our last day, we stayed 3 nights. There is a bathroom (no shower) at one end. Other bathrooms in the campground have showers. We drove to the bathroom by the store and took a shower one day. Even though we were the only tent campers, there was an extreme amount of traffic on the road. The area had record amounts of rain and all the gates on the dam were open which had not happened in 20 years. So, there were a lot of locals that came to see it. We climbed Quartz Mountain on the first day. There is not a well marked trail, you just have to try and find the path of least resistance and not die. The view is well worth the hike (hiking shoes are a must, lots of slick rock). You can see all the surrounding mountains, the dam, the lake, etc. from the top. There are many hiking trails, not very many bike trails. There is a paved bike trail, but it's not very long. We did use our bikes to ride around the campground and up on top of the dam. Tent sites are $10/night. If you're looking for a campground with lots of amenities, this is a good one.
We camped at Billy Creek in March 2019. We were the only ones there which made it fabulous! We set up camp right above the river and got to hear the river going over the rocks the whole time. There was a easy and short little trail down to the river and lots of large rocks to hang out on. The campsite has tons of big trees. Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and grill. Water is available, but not at each spot. No electricity, no flushing potties, no showers, no sewer hookups, no wifi. There are latrine bathrooms (2) in a small building near the entrance. There is an abundance of hiking trails, 4 wheeler/motorcycle trails and many trails that a full size SUV can do. Lots of forest service roads to explore. We stayed 3 nights and only saw people one day that came in to meet up and ride 4 wheelers. We will definitely go back!
We LOVE MW State Park! The lake is awesome and great for fishing and kayaking. We stayed at the Post Oak Campground over Valentine's Weekend 2019. The campsites are really nice and include water, fire ring, picnic table, grill, parking for 2 vehicles, lots of trees. Campsites on the south side of the loop back up to the lake. There is a bathroom (no showers) at one end. Showers are available at other campgrounds within the park. We tucked our tent into the trees and had a very nice time. The first night, we did hear coyotes chattering super close to our tent. There are many trails to hike and several to ride bikes or horses on. Staff at the park are great! The only negative: The Boy Scouts love this campground! Late into our first night, 4 Boy Scout troops rolled in. We were awakened the next morning to lots of kids yelling and 1 even playing a bugle. By the end of the weekend, we knew all the kids names just from hearing them yell to each other.