Stayed in Site 19 - by far the most private site. 19 is actually a double site - two tent pads, two tables. Site is surrounded by forest on three sides. Site 19 is a tent only site. Site 20 didn't look bad, but there wasn't much shade during the heat of the day. The rest of the sites are packed extremely close together - this campground does sit right on a ridge, which does not provide much space. Bathrooms were above average - large family rest rooms with private showers made this a plus for families with small kids.
Staff was great - lots of activities for the kids to do through the State Park - Archery (free), Swimming Pool (free), and more free activities, horseback riding ($20pp). Camp host led scavenger hunts, lazer tag, capture the flag, etc in the campground in the evenings.
Would not stay here if we could not get site 19 - we like our privacy - but the staff makes up for the shortcomings of the campground facilities.