The beach was very nice with shallow, warm water. That was the highlight of this Campground. The tent site itself was all we needed with a picnic table, fire pit, and electric. The bathrooms were clean and the showers were free (and even had warm water).
The beach house was stunning. There were many picnic tables and seating. It seemed like a great place, not only for lunch, but for crafts or even a nap. There was a bathroom in there too and a fire place.
It stormed in the middle of the night and we did not have a car because we came on bikes. We tried to see if the beach house was open, but they locked it at night. We sat in the showers for a half hour waiting out the storm because we were afraid of a tree falling on our tent. The showers were clean enough and big enough to sit on the bench and wait.
The campsite itself was grassy. Most of them were, but some were more dirt based. There are different prices for the type of electric hook up you want. It was a big campground and well kept.
It is not far from Kitch-Iti-Kipi, a clear spring that you can see to the bottom of. We did not get to go, but heard it is an incredible place.