Lakefront sites are pretty close together but the middle area ones have more space. Clean bathrooms and showers, chemical toilets too, boats to rent, though it was a little hard to catch the boathouse open so go early. Exit the park and turn right for a little country store.
Clean bathrooms, lots of shade, fresh water pump and electric at our site. Not much privacy but the lake is beautiful and you can rent boats, plus lots of hiking and history around.
But a lot of noise from the highway. There’s only water at the bathroom, not at the sites. Most of the sites in loops B and C (where there’s electricity) are large RV rigs. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained and the showers are big, clean, and private, a real treat. There’s an ice vending machine behind the BP nearby and lots of hiking and sightseeing. The trees and shade are great!
Putting this review under the group camp because the regular campground isn’t marked. Beware of confusion with the private campground in town by almost the same name. Apple Maps took us there even though we didn’t have the “tubing center” in our search. Just go on past to the National Park and follow the signs.
Site 55 is in a nice wooded hollow, some sites are right on the road. There’s no traffic so far so maybe no big deal but the extra shade on 55 is nice. None have water or electric or showers, there are little bathrooms but no soap. The creek is pretty and the weather is beautiful this early September!
iPhone X has coverage but iPhone 8 is having trouble. There are small stores right outside the park for tubes, ice, firewood, lighter fluid, and the like.