Our state parks are expensive in comparison to other public campgrounds (up to $75 a night in some places) and they are very dog unfriendly. I don't stay there for the most part. Some are more built up than others, but I don't want or need all that development. So, I stick with my primitive federal campgrounds: a parking pad, a firepit, a picnic table, and maybe a bear box. And usually only two pit or vault toilets for every 6 - 10 campsites and a water spigot for every 3 - 5 campsites. Dogs are allowed on trails and in the water, etc. No bathhouses, stores, playgrounds, swimming pools, laundry facilities. Often not even a camphost.