We were happy to find the campground only about half full for our two night visit. Granted, it was a Tuesday & Wednesday in June. I imagine weekends and winter months are busier. The bathhouse was serviceable and clean. The water pressure was okay, but if you have thick hair it may take awhile to rinse shampoo. There was a cute little play area for kids although we didn’t see any on our visit. The gates are locked at night and campers are given a code to access the campground after hours. The check-in is a bit before entering the park. It’s on the right side of the road near the boat ramp. If you aren’t paying attention you may miss it. We did, but a helpful park employee pointed us back in the right direction. There is a ton of shade. So much that we had to use our interior lights in our camper even midday. We had a nice breeze off of the lake which helped keep the flying bugs at bay. Once the breeze died down the flying bugs came back with a vengeance. The rest of the park is small and pretty. It was hot so we only saw one alligator snout sticking out of the lake water. Pets are allowed and dogs have to be leashed. My Dora is close by for shopping, restaurants and is worth a trip into the downtown area for lots of good food and unique shops.