If you enjoy no privacy and camping on top of your neighbor, look no further! If you the your dogs like we do, expect to keep them tied up on a short line and for the park rangers to come check every few hours. For a place with issues of bodies in the lake and homeless squatters, strange for rangers top consistently come into other campsites to check on illegal activity. We tried to go swimming once and was met with piles of dead fish on the swimming beach. Plus side, it's close and bathrooms are clean.
Every time you come you're greeted at the gate by exceptionally friendly staff. Once in, all sites are clean and well taken care of. There are a large amount of sites right on the water but make sure to bring aftermarket stakes to get into the ground (mainly rock). We camp with our 3 dogs each time and never put them on a leash. Rangers informed us as long as they stay in your site, they're not strict about it. These Rangers are around for your safety, not to ruin anyone's fun. We've been about 8 times since April and it's our favorite spot hands down!