Full transparency—we did not stay at this campground but only drove through it as research for future trips. What we saw on a sunny Saturday in July did not tempt us to return. This is a large state park on a beautiful inland lake. There are several camping areas within the campground, and they are large and wooded. However, sites are packed close together and the campground was wall to wall vehicles. Perhaps this was because it is a popular boating area, and extra vehicles are needed to pull the boats. They are parked in a side parking lot within the campground area. Many RV owners don’t mind being surrounded by other RVs, but if you are a tent camper or drive a small Class B, this might not be for you, at least at the height of the summer season.