My family stayed here last weekend at site 29 (a tent-only site like 27&28). 26 is handicap and 27 and 28 have shade all day. 29 does not have shade however you can go up behind the site where there’s a nice clearing where we set up a few chairs and table to play board games. These sites have no drive way just a shared parking lot where the bathroom and drinking water is located. You’ll need to haul your things to your site.
Drinking water was close enough to camp and the camp host was very friendly. There’s a paved trail that runs along the campground and the stream. It was very nice to take my young boys to play in the stream as it wasn’t very deep. No firewood available to buy but down at Amanda’s but if you cross the stream you’ll find plenty of downed branches.
Exploring the campground you’ll find everything is paved, RV site 3 accommodates 2 and the RV sites seem well spaced except for 1 and 2 that doesn’t provide much privacy from each other. Bathrooms are clean, the small paved trail has a couple benches to sit on.
If you continue past this campground you’ll find Fenton Lake for fishing and if you have little ones (age 11 and under) you can continue up to the hatchery for free fishing for the kiddos. They’re pretty much guaranteed to catch something.