Lots of activities: frisbee golf (not golf), sand volleyball, miniature golf, softball, paintball, playground, hiking. Well maintained sites. Very few shade trees at sites, most RVs are in complete sun, but very nice grounds.
Sites are very spacious, each has its own picnic table on a concrete pad. Lots of privacy, most sites are separated by 15' widths of trees and shrubs which act as a privacy wall. There is a little climbing playground for little ones. Fishing piers and a nature center currently being built and it is going to be huge! We've been here three days and have seen 4 armadillos, 5 squirrels, 7 deer and 1 raccoon. The neighbor said she has camped here 6 times and only seen 1 teeny tiny gator. Only thing missing for my likes is a swimming pool. You can't get into this water, pretty murky and lily pads
Sites are about 70' long x 15' wide. Plenty of trees. The only thing I didn't like was that the river ran next to the campground but due to yearly heavy rainfalls, maintaining a canoe or kayak launch is impossible. There isn't anywhere to launch or exit the river so kayaking involves driving elsewhere. You can't even get near the water, there are so many trees and very tall grass (we worried about snakes) so fishing involves driving elsewhere. There are plenty of deer, bird watching and star gazing is fantastic! The owners are just about the nicest people you will meet!