This was one of our first camping experiences. We really didn't know what we were doing and ended up not camping within the campground but we were in the dispersed camping area. Lake Knoll was beautiful.
We are pretty new to camping and I haven't been to a ton of campgrounds but in all the campgrounds that we camped at this is by far the most accessible if your a chair user. Each campsite had a grill, the campsites were locked off with cemete in perfect boxes for your tent and hanging out area around the campfire. The staff was extremely nice. They came to our campsite and talked with us about the facilities. Only down side is that the lake is not accessible at all if you can't walk. There is only a boat ramp no rocks or anything to sit on if you just want to go fishing. You definely need a boat of some sort.
We put up tent after checking in with the friendliest hosts. This camp ground is get for accessibility. We found a spot close to the bathroom the toilets didn't smell. The lake was beautiful however wheelchair access isn't the greatest. I lucky had my off road tires on. Needed help from the hubby to get down to the lake to go fishing. The wildlife is amazing here great for photography