We really enjoyed our stay here. We arrived on Thursday on April 29th and the place was empty. Some of the sites are pretty close together, but we booked site 41 which is a double site. I'd highly recommend this site. It backs up to Sugar Creek which is just gorgeous in the spring. We saw all kinds of birds, turtles, frogs and even a couple snakes. We fished in the ponds and my husband caught a bass, and I caught a catfish. It's a nice place to walk around, though we were wandering past empty tent spots so in the busy season it might be less free-form on where you can roam. The place filled up on Friday of course, and the neighbors are pretty close on the non-camp side since all the fire pits are behind the spaces so you see everyone. But the creek more than makes up for it. The staff is very friendly. During the week they'll deliver wood to your site. We got a huge pile for $30. Weekends they have it available for you to buy at the check-in building. There's a Walmart about 5 mins away which is nice. The firepits do not have cooking grates, so we went and bought a cooking tripod. Everything is very clean, even the port-a-potties back by the primitive camping sites. Overall we really enjoyed our stay. I would highly recommend one of the sites directly on the creek. I would say a weekday stay is going to be a wonderful experience, and a weekend stay will be a bit crowded, but beautiful anyway if you get a site on the creek. I would image we'll be back, and we'll definitely be staying in site 41.