The campground is managed by the federal government and if you have a senior or similar type National Parks and Federal Land membership pass, you get 50% of the daily camp fee.
The sites have beautiful views of the lake and are close to the water. The campground was obviously built many years ago as the sites seem designed for smaller trailers / RV's. If your RV is over 34' long, select your site carefully as many of them are not level (you will need levelling blocks for sure), and some have a steep ascent / descent driveway to the site requiring a 90 degree back in from a narrow service road with drainage ditches on either side of the road.
There has clearly been much erosion from rains storms over the years which has not been repaired and a number of camp site have been yellow taped as not usable due to hazardous drop-offs, etc. These can be dangerous for kids or adults not paying attention to where they are walking.
Bathrooms are clean, but also badly in need in refurbishing as they are decades old. Walls are cracked with plaster falling / paint peeling and water temp is unpredictable. There are no sewer connections at most camp sites so the bathrooms are used more than a campgrounds with sewer connections.
Now if the government would get their priorities right and stop funding ridiculous things with our taxpayer dime, instead focusing a billion or so dollars on restoring America's parks and campgrounds the public might actually be served.
If the park was in a better state of repair, it would easily get a rating of 4 or more.