Since it was Memorial Day Weekend, I expected a crowded and less-than-perfect campground, but this reached far beyond that--downwards. First, my assigned space was occupied by the people next door. It took me an hour to find a staff person who could investigate. He said they'd move--but they really didn't clear out, leaving toys and bikes and trash in my space. Although I was told by staff that there were no more spaces of any kind, I found several unoccupied tent sites. The occupants had probably left--possibly in disgust. Loud music continued long after quiet hours, and the park staff was not around to ask for quiet. I wasn't going to ask folks who were obviously quite drunk to chill, and it wasn't my responsibility anyway. But things got worse! In the women's rooms--all of them I could find--I had to roll up my pants to wade through the overflowing fecal-laden toilets. There was no toilet paper, but plenty of used "sanitary" napkins spilling out of every receptacle. No doubt the holiday crowds challenged the staff's capacity, but something had to be done, even if that meant hiring extra help, because this state park was a health hazard that night. I am not exaggerating. Incidentally, the Indiana DNR web site is extremely difficult to use and offers little information, but I assumed the facilities would be more competently run. I was wrong--at least about this park.