This is a state park so there is a charge to get in besides the camping charge. Campsites in section A had Asphalt pads with fire rings, and tables. Good size lot's with plenty of shade. Lots only had electricity no water or sewer, dump station for that. Good family campground bring your bike to get around. Swimming pool charges three dollars per person to use. Showers are dated but clean. Had several activity this weekend. Had a good time plan on returning.
Cute smaller state park. The pros of the park are: nice bike path that stretches into city of Bluffton, bison farm is cool, nice smaller lake, good sites with good amount of space for spreading out and decent playground in the middle for kids to enjoy. The cons are: slightly smaller park so not as many activities as other larger parks, there are two loops to the campground - one has paved sites and the other has gravel/uneven sites (stay in the larger loop as these are the paved sites). It is a nice, clean park. Family oriented. We will return