We stayed over July 4th weekend Campground was crowded, but very quiet. Most sites are shady, and some a feet from the lake. A lot of kayakers when we stayed, very few boats. Our site had some shade, and had a level gravel pad. Once off the gravel, it did slope. We wanted a flat area for our dog/baby fencing, so we parked slightly off the gravel and it worked fine. Staff were very friendly. All sites have water. The power went out at the pumping house, and a staff member and the campground host went to the sites to let us know. It was only out for about an hour.
Park has canoe rentals and a small beach, a well as several boat launches. Overall, a very nice, well maintained park and campground. We will definitely return, this time with kayaks.