This is a great park! The spots are all pull through and have water and 50/30/20a electric. There is a dump station and dumpsters on the way out. It's like 20 sites or so for overnight use. Most of the sites are directly on the water, only 1 or 2 have any kind of shade though. It has covered picnic tables, pole mount grill (on the smaller side),and fire rings (no grates on the fire rings though). The water is calm and clear, people with jon boats and jetskis such just anchor them right at their campsite. The water access is amazing. If you go by boat less than 1/2 mile north there is a cool man-made waterfall. Camping closes for the season on Sept 30 so we'll be going more next summer. If you like Inks lake I found it a similar experience without all the crowds. I booked maybe a month ahead without a problem for a on the water spot. Also it has bathroom with showers building. Most of the facilities are pretty new because most of them were wiped out in a big flood in 2007. Here is a with some good drone footage of the park and area.