We camped here in a MH, towing. Most of the sites are back in, except #43 which is a LARGE pull through, we are 40' plus the car and we had lots of extra room and had satellite reception, however no cell cover that we could count on (1bar of 4g). It rained while we were there and several of the sites have drainage problems (not 43). There are only 5 sites that have sewer (A1 - A5) and they are real tight, the rest of them have plenty of room between sites. There is a dump station. I would stay there again.
Out of the way, quiet park. Nice lake, nice rangers. All good ! We would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a 37ft. 5th wheel.
The road in was a little bumpy, but it is paved....just dodge the potholes! Campground B is the better of the 2; more sites and a better dump station. The Bathhouse at Campground B was clean, with lovely hot showers and 1 washer/1 dryer that both worked well, for $1 each. Level paved sites have power, water, grills, picnic tables and fire rings. AT&T worked OK here.
School was in session so we had choice of sites. Campground B was closed. Campground A has six sites with sewer connections but are in a tight row. All sites have water and electric. There are nearly level concrete pads. Restrooms are clean but small. Our site seemed very private and was easy to back into.
Really nice State Park and very inexpensive, grills were great! Peaceful and quiet. Very clean and a good value.