Stayed in Seminole. Half of this area are FHU 50 amp sites, and the rest are W/E. Large sites with oversized concrete pads and patios with tables. Fire pits and lantern holders. Shady area with lake view from every site. Verizon works well. Many tv stations with antenna. Toilets and pay showers are marginal. Park has lovely lodge, cabins, golf course, marina, many hiking trails, nature center. 3 camping areas. 2 of these have been nicely upgraded, Seminole and Choctaw.
Stayed 2 nights. Nice level pad. Newer spots don't have sewer but there is a dump strain on the way out. Horse ride is worth the money. No swim beaches while we were there. Rv park isn't close to anything so a toad is necessary.
We stayed at Cherokee for three nights in August 2018, had a great time. The grass needed cut and the showers aren't free, but the deer in the campground and the well-spaced sites made the stay more enjoyable. Met new camping friends! Careful on the road, pretty rough.
We stayed in the Seminole campground. Ok...first the good things. Was a very nice area and lake view was a plus. Deer will come up to your campsite. All campsites seem to be nice. Nice firerings. Not to many full sites. Be careful when booking because just because you are booking a semi premium site doesn't mean you are getting full hookups. This happened to us. Reason why I can only rate it a 2 star. First reason is the shower and bathrooms are a disgrace! Dirty with spider webs that have been there a while. The facilities are just an upgrade from an outdoor house. Spiders everywhere and you had to walk through leaves to get to the door. The lights did not work which made it dangerous. Do not plan on using the showers. They charge you 50 cents for 3 minutes and 25 cents for each additional minute! I complained but was shrugged off. I did get the park managers name so I will complain. We could tell the camphosts have been there awhile since there was a full size chest freezer and propane tank.