The park is amazing as you can see in the photos. Many hiking trails, fishing possibilities and a visitor center with a museum. The campground is very tight. The road i s very narrow and if someone is trying to move into their spot, you cannot get around them. The only garbage drops are at the front of the park since trucks cannot navigate the road. There are two sections, sites 1 to 58 and 59 to 133. Sites 1 to 58 include 7 handicap sites and this section has more space between sites. In the other section, sites 84 to 109 are the largest.
There are 2 playgrounds and shower houses. All sites have electric and if you need to fill the water tank of your RV the only water fill is at the dump station at the front.
The campground is a good distance from the visitor center and the park is very large. If you have young children a vehicle to drive around would be good.
We have both A T & T and Verizon and both had limited connections.
Even taking all these items into consideration, I will return, the natural beauty of the park is well worth it and there is enough to keep you busy for at least a week.