Our 3rd time to this park with a new site. We really enjoy this smaller campground with the tall trees. It has pit toilets at the end of the electric and a great showerhouse set between the electric and full hook up. Our site was really big and shaded. We have dogs so this site gave us a little more room in between our neighbor. We had trees we used to set up a small dog run and plenty more if you like to hammock. We have a small camper, but there was plenty of space for tents as well on this site. There is a slight downhill grade, but definitely not a turn off. Not all the sites have shade and not all are level. Some do gather water if you get a lot of rain. The pads are at a 90 degree angle to the road, so it can be a little more of a challenge to back in a big camper. The camp store is open on the weekends and are getting back up and running. There are a couple of playgrounds for kids, volleyball, cornhole, shelterhouses, disc golf and trails. There is a small lake as well that you can kayak, but will have to drive down the road to get to it. We found a ton of wildflowers on our hike (see our pictures). There is very small trail that connects one end of the campground to the other and then there is a bigger trail down by the lake.