Do not pull into the parking lot at the office/restaurant. Because of restaurant patrons, you may not be able to get out again. We have a 36' Class C and had to unhook our toad in order to get out. Even at that, it was a difficult maneuver. You should go past the restaurant and turn in to the RV park (the first right turn, there is a sign). After you turn onto the access road, you'll come to a Y in the road. Bear to the right (the sign says you'll be heading for Pine Ridge Lodge). I suggest you park at the bathhouse and walk through the campground looking for a site. When you pull out from the bathhouse, instead of taking the left turn and negotiating the trees there, go straight. That's a better road. It will take you in a circle around the RV sites. Find your site and get set up. Then go to the office to sign in and tell them the site number. You have to go into the restaurant, past a nice sitting area with a view of the lake, down a hallway where tables are set up and people are eating, before you get to the office. Very strange. The roads in the campground are narrow, gravel, and not well-maintained. Once set up, sprinkle ant powder all around the outside of your RV. We didn't know about the ant problem until the day after we got there. Then we had an infestation of small ants, it seemed like thousands of them. We set off Raid Fumigator and went out for the day. That killed them. Then we sprinkled the ant powder around, and that kept them away. We thought that maybe we were the only ones with the problem until we saw the ant powder sprinkled around other RVs. Whenever you go outside your RV, I suggest you use Off. The no-see-ums bite. Having said all that, we really did like the campground. The sites are on level cement pads. There's a picnic table and a grill. There's also a fire pit, but ours had a half-burned fence post and trash in it, so we didn't use it. The sites are shady, which we liked, and we had a view of the lake, which is beautiful. This is a beautiful, quiet campground, but the management doesn't seem to care about it. They're more interested in the hotel and the restaurant.