Family has camped in Burson campground for years - we absolutely love it. Large, well maintained sites. Husband and sons love the individual, clean, secure shower/bathrooms (as the shower in our camper is on the small side). Laundry facilities at bathhouse. Groceries five minutes away. Love the lake and all the trails.
You may have to check in at the ranger station down the road...if the one on site is not open. Park in your assigned site and setup...then go check in. The sites are well spaced, full hookups, spotless bathrooms, firepits and tables. Rangers are about often and there is a resident camp host. This is not a huge area but we thoroughly enjoyed it. Be aware if you are out early or late...it is a natural park with resident wildlife. While we were there, we saw deer, heard a pack of coyotes at night and were told a bear had been sighted there two days before...but was frightened off with shining a flashlight. We loved it here. We are seniors camping in a fifth wheel.
We wanted to stay here for a couple of nights and thought it would be a good place sonce it was part of the park system. BUT $44-48 per night was too steep for us, which was the non-resident charge. Very disappointing.