The primitive camping here is located on a bluff overlooking the reservoir, which makes for amazing views. However, across the water is an RV park that plays music very loud music with a terrible D.J. and you can hear all day for 8 hours a day, which made our stay less than enjoyable. While this isn't the park's fault, it totally impacts the enjoyment of camping there.
I wish the park would move the primitive camping area to Hippie Hill where the glamping spots are located as that would make it more remote. The other thing is that RVers walk through the primitive camping site to look at the views, thus limiting privacy and the safety feeling with all these people tromping through your quiet area, with their dogs, etc.
This park seems like it would be more enjoyable for RVers and people that own their own boats, as there is a public boat launch and docks to tie up near the RV sites. If you're a tent camper, I would look for another park until RV island, the noise maker is dealt with.