As we drove through the campground we noticed that sites were not plowed, but by the time we got ours, it looked like it had been plowed ahead of time. We brought a shovel just in case and it helped clear off more of the pad. The snow was deep so we shoveled a path to our ez-up and to our fire ring. The site was perfect in the winter as the two sites directly behind us were not reservable at this time. Note to you - you'll be sharing your back area with two other campsites so I hope you have friends booking those sites as well or I wouldn't recommend this one. We have a small camper, so the pad size isn't a huge deal for us, but our camper and truck fit on it nicely. We were right next to a shower house which was clean, had hot water and heated. There was a camp host available if needed, but we didn't see him much. The park itself is large and has a good trail that will take you to the lodge. We snowshoed on some of the trail and all over the campground. We even ordered the Valentine's dinner from the lodge and they let us pick up to eat back at our site. It's a great park to visit in the off-season. There were only maybe six other sites booked that weekend.