We arrived on Easter Sunday and stayed in our 5th wheel on site #1 for three nights. It was easy to get in but make sure you take the right to the check in area. We tried the little hut and had to swing around to get into registration.
Our site had water and electric and we were very close to an older but clean bathhouse. A newer larger bathhouse was a very short walk away.
Our site was kind of in the middle of things but did not feel too close or crowded. Our camp host was friendly and helpful.
We enjoyed walking and biking on the trails. It's not particularly strenous but long boardwalks lead through a beautiful swampy area. We went out kayaking on the Little River and when we got back into the swampy area it was stunningly beautiful and peaceful. The trees almost looked like they were suspended in the air. (Not crazy about the gators though since we were in an inflatable kayak!) Bought a fishing pass for a day but no luck catching anything.
A morning walk revealed a tree full of buzzards that swooped in and out of the trees.
The jet skis and boaters can get kind of noisy if you're not into that kind of thing but except for Easter Sunday, a busy day, it wasn't constant.
Didn't seem to be any park wifi though there was TV cable. Got a decent signal on Verizon phone, poor signal on AT&T hotspot and excellent signal on TMobile hotspot.
We would not hesitate to come back. Enjoyed our stay!