Great campground with amazing views and tons of activities to do.
We camped during the week so many of the campground provided activities where not happening but many other outdoor activities to do. The first is obviously Hardy Pond. With a beautiful beach that we saw park staff racking every day to make sure it was clean of seaweed or trash and two boat ramps as well as many places to moor your boat for your stay. You will need to pay either a $7 daily or $30 annual fee for your boat but kayaks and canoes are free.
The park is right next to the Dragon Trail, a hiking and mountain biking trail that runs 47 miles round Hardy Pond. There is a short loop called the Brower Park Loop that has some amazing views and is great to hike.
Most of the sites are pretty large and all 3 areas of the campground are nice and a little different in their own way. My only complaint the whole time was Monday morning the area we were in, the "honey wagon" was going around and pumping the seasonal campers black tanks. It made a pretty un-appetizing smell while we were trying to eat breakfast.
Be prepared for extra fees for your cars and boats, the sites are still so fairly priced its really not that bad.