These sites have plenty of space between them. But there isn't a lot of shade. Partial shade is very generous for the B Loop. Otherwise we enjoyed our time. We hiked down to the beach, which is mucky on the bottom. It is a little bit of a drive to get to the other parts of the park. You can access the mountain bike trails from the campground when they are open. They have converted some sites to premium, but most only offer electric.
The state is in the process of upgrading this campground. A few sites will soon have water, electric, and sewer. Right now they only have electric options. Ohio requires prior reservations or check in to use sites outside of designated walkin areas. There is a beach nearby. The playground isn't exciting and campers cant use the cabin playground which is across the street. Our site was water logged and there was straw at a lot of sites absorbing water.
We were impressed by this little gem not too far from the Wisconsin Dells. At has amenities similar to the larger resort campgrounds but keeps a charming in the woods campground feel. We enjoyed walking and biking around exploring over 200 sites. Our site was nestled in a woody area with plenty of shade and trees blocking neighbors. We also enjoyed the playground, swimming pool, and Friday Fish Fry. They delivered our dinner, ice, and wood to our site at no extra charge.