Typical state run campground. Some sites are very close together, while some offer a little more room. Sites 221- 243, 202-204 offer lake views. I say VIEWS, not access.
Sites 228& 232 have sites with good access to the lake. Scattered throughout the park are sites with 50amp service. Fill up on water at the water filling station before going to your site.
Modern restrooms that look like they've been updated in the last 10 years. The showers were great! No push button for the water. You can adjust the temp as well, which you often don't get. There was soap at the sink. Cleaning was iffy when we were there.
They also have the nicest pit toilets I've ever seen ANYWHERE! They didn't even smell.
Double dump station. Stay away from campsites 101& 102- these are right by the dump station.
One thing we didn't like was the lack of DNR presence. Occasionally, during the day they drove by. They didn't prevent people from parking anywhere they wanted. We had a bad camping neighbor on Sat night who had a party until 4am. No one broke it up.