Although there are picnic tables, trash cans and a restroom close by, there is NO water, electric or dump station! Great hiking!
Rv Parky indicates there are water and electric here, there are a few, but they are reserved for full time volunteers. There's a couple big gravel parking lots, so you can stay. There's a park entrance fee and overnight fee. We stayed because we were visiting family and everything else was full during spring training camp.
We stayed because of working in the area. The park itself is ok. Trails are nice. Nature center programs are good. Playground is awesome. Sites are kind of pricey. If you can get into a full hookups site (As someone said, 90% of the time, they're filled with workampers. What do they need 20 workampers for? I don't get it.), you'll pay an arm and a leg for it. If you can't get into a full hookup, you'll have no electric, water, or sewer and pay way too much for that, as well. No dump and water fill station, but they do have a site that electric is not working on so they let you use that site as a water fill/dump station.