The layout is fairly straightforward here, entrance has a spot for firewood purchase (honor system) and then the dumpsters. So getting to firewood and garbage will take a little time if you're toward the back of the park.
Many spots for RV/campers, and as you venture further in, you'll find large open fields with camping spots - some are electric or not, so check while you reserve. The open field camping really lends itself to a community feel, some people have wonderful setups and especially at night, the more luxurious configurations attract the kiddos to checkout. People overall very considerate and nice, welcoming, friendly. VERY family oriented atmosphere - there was no nonsense loud drunkards in the evenings, relatively quiet and relaxing. This was a huge bonus to us, as we had younger kids and loud idiots would have freaked them out.
We reserved site 111, which had a nice long concrete pad for parking cars on - fits easily 2-3 cars. Firepit, a tree, pretty standard stuff. Close to the bathrooms.
Bathrooms are a basic affair, typical dirtyish campground pit toilets. Don't expect much, bring cleaning wipes etc if you want to help neaten the place up a bit.
If you're more into wooded areas/seclusion while camping, this place has them too - see site 123 or 124, along the lake - on reservations those are the square sites, not long rectangles. You'll be near the lake, probably could walk in and out of the lake if you wanted.
Site 123 in particular is directly across from the bathroom, but has thick wooded areas to keep things private and well shaded...but with an open area for some suntanning or whatever. We wandered over to 123 from 111 to see what it was like, and were so impressed we reserved it for this year.