The size of the campsites are inconsistent. I found the sites in the 200's are the smallest and closest to the lake. The 300 and 400 series have larger sites with more gravel and less vegetation close to the sites. Since the bugs are huge here that is important. We stayed in 212 and if I came back would look at the 400's.
The pluses of this campground are the lake and beach. There are some canoes and kayaks to rent on line here and they are right at a boat launch so you don't have to relocate them like some parks I have been too. The prices were $20 an hour. There are lots of hiking trails. This campground is part of a very large park system and there is an extensive bike trail that is about 7 miles that links up different parts of the park. It is gravel and mostly level and goes through the woods and in sections on a separate trail at the side of the road. There is a playground at the beach with a large amount of picnic tables. There is a long fishing pier that juts out into the lake for fishing. Both AT &T and Verizon have very strong signals.