The sites all have gravel pads that the tents must go on, fire pits with grills and also charcoal grills, picnic tables and lantern poles at all the sites. Showers and a laundry room. I’ve been twice, a few years apart, and both times the camp hosts have started cleaning and maintenance with gas fueled golf carts and leaf blowers very early in the morning so if you go to the woods to sleep in, you won’t. Also the camp store starts closing 15 mine before posted time and won’t sell you ice or wood so plan accordingly. The trails are just beautiful. The steps down to the waterfalls allow dogs but it’s 600 steps made of metal grate, in case you want to bring boots for them. It’s very beautiful here and I’d rate it higher if the staff and volunteers were less rude. That may not factor in to your camp, though, and it’s still worth seeing!