The shaded spots were a good size and pretty secluded. That’s all the good I can say. The map makes it look like you have water access from the campsite- you don’t. You have to drive to the public beach across the state park. The map of the park is very confusing and we drove by our site at least three times because the entrance to our site was not marked, and a lot of the roads are one way and also no well marked. There is ice and firewood for sale but it is cash only and you just put it on a bucket, so no change! I paid $20 for firewood…also, the firewood is so dense that my husband couldn’t get it to actually catch fire no matter how many fire starting tricks we used. You also have to check in at the front of the state park, not the front of the campground, and that is not made clear until you get all the way through the park and into the campground and realize there’s no one there to register you. We won’t be back.