Typical fare for a state park. Lots of families with kids running around, but that didn't bother us. First time using the regular campground. Have camped here many times, but always in the special use area with the boys scouts. All campsites have a picnic table and fire ring. Some but not many have concrete pads. Some even have water, don't know if any have sewer hook ups or not. There is a sewer dump station on the way out of the park. Ours was hard packed gravel and VERY unlevel. Took 3 layers of Lego blocks to level out the trailer. First time I've had to use that many. But made it work. Only had 20 and 30 amp electricity at our site but some have 50 amp. Lot's and lots of trees, so plenty of shade. Nice to have but may pose a problem for those wishing to use a satellite dish. Antenna TV worked fine. The park does have free Wi-Fi but doesn't work very good or have very good range. Didn't personally use the restrooms or showers but our kids and grandkids did and said they were fine. The park has a lake with a paved trail around it and a swimming beach within walking distance but not really close. Pretty good jog away. All in all a pretty good place to stay. Stayed here in a travel trailer.
Great park just far enough outside of KC you feel isolated from the hussle and bussle but close enough to pop in and out of town for any day trips. It would be nice to have sites with water or sewer but this is typical of MO state parks. Wish they left the shower house open year round for those that like to camp in the off season.
Very wooded park, very quiet. As others have mentioned, many of the sites are very hard to level. I had to use all the boards and leveling blocks I had to get close enough to level. Bathrooms/shower facilities were fairly new and very clean/well maintained. Warning - there are trees there that drop some type of nut (as large as a walnut) which hit the top of the motorhome, some very loudly.