We had an amazing time at this park. We booked campsite 41, and it was perfect being that the park was rather empty. Seemed like we had the place to ourselves. The staff were very helpful and courteous. The bathrooms looked new and clean. The trails were awesome. Definately take the time to do the overlook trails. The views are just stunning! But make sure you have everything you need, because the nearest town doesn't have much to offer other than fast food and one very decent grocery store. If you are tent camping, make sure to be bear aware. The black bears are prominent in the area, although we didn't see any.
This is a beautiful park with very nice trails. But if there is rain in the forecast do not, for the love of God, do not camp in the pioneer sites. You will get flooded. It's mostly downhill on a shifty walkway full of rocks and DANGER! But the rest of the campground was very nice. Level lots with tent pads and clean bathrooms. We prefer primitive camping and although it rained a lot, the pioneer sites were very nice and private. I'd definitely return to this park, but I'll make sure to check the weather first.
This would be a nice park if you have an RV. We, however, we're staying in a tent. The "lakes" they claim to have are nothing more than a cess pond and a cute little paddle boat pond. The sites are long and narrow and close together. While the bathrooms were very clean, the rest of the park just seemed to lack the true camping experience.