We got to this wonderful campground on a Monday afternoon and left Friday morning and it was probably no more than 75% full that week. It was super quiet and well-maintained. The 72,000 acre lake is clear and clean and is great for boating, kayaking, fishing or swimming. My husband caught and released several bass and had a great time on the water.
We camped at Site #38 and it is probably the most scenic and peaceful site in the park and juts out right onto the water. We were just a few steps from the water. It was VERY windy every day but the last and after a while, the wind got very annoying, as we had to keep everything inside the camper and the awning mostly retracted. I don't think I'd want to camp here with much higher winds, as the water would probably come up into your campsite. It's also a site with zero shade, so in the middle of summer, it would probably be too hot. It's great to be able to slide one's kayak into the water directly from one's campsite though.
There are about 17 miles of hiking trails and we hiked several of them. All in all, we saw about 6 deer (including a brand new baby fawn), ducks, lots of geese, many different species of birds and an otter.
There are many comfort stations and they are building another. One even has a washer and dryer and they all have showers and are very clean and stocked.
We are already planning our next trip here! Excellent campground!