I haven't been to the park for a few years and decided to join my DD and her family for a weekend. My DW and I got the site next to hers and we had a nice weekend camping with them. I took notice of things that have changed. The park seemed neater than I remembered. Grass was trimmed nicely and the place even had some landscaping going on. The marina was also in shape but for one dock which was hit by a boat a couple of weeks ago with some damage. The one loop closest to the lake got a major makeover. About 6 new cabins are in the process of being build and should be done by the end of July. The trees and brush along the lake shore have been cleaned up so now there is an unobstructed view of the lake. It's nice. Bathrooms and showers are clean and in good shape. The camp store is reopened and fully stocked with a little grill for getting some food. Beach was also in good shape with being clean. The only thing I wish the state parks dept would do is upgrade the dump station. The main one has 2 stations for over 250 campsites. I know not everyone is going to use the station but with the amount of campers that need it, they should have maybe one or two more stations. There is another dry station in the beach parking lot but it has not water for cleaning out the hoses. In all, the shape of the park and the staff seemed a lot better that when I was last there. Good job!