We arrived on a Sunday and no one was there for us to check in with, which we found odd. Our next stop was the dump station to make sure there was running water and to our surprise, there wasn't. The only way to fill up with water was a hose bibb on the Ranger office at the front gate. The campground is perfectly set up though for people wanting more quiet neighbors down on the lake, it's more cramped in the electric sites and the shower houses could use some updating, especially with ADA regulations. Alot of local traffic like to drive down to the lake sites and go fishing if they're unoccupied, which makes for awkward stares at times. The park has great views, wonderful for kayaking, great for pets, birding, fishing and about 7 beaver dens and 1 very cool beaver dam. I definitely recommend this park for nature lovers and true state park supporters. I only give it a 4/5 because of the water supply not being open for use.