yes I got a shirt ...and yes the name was a large part of why we looked at this park..lol..now that thats out of the way.. Im from northwest pa and my hubby is from kentucky - his daughters still live there so we were looking for a kid friendly park and this totally fit the bill!! small park- about 62 sites i believe - most if not all have water and electric that i noticed -most sites also appeared to be pretty level. I was impressed by the space between sites , I assumed that since it was a smaller park we would all be crammed up..but luckily not the case grocery store is at the entrance (has wood and ice to the right of the store)along with the mini golf on the left - they sell little odds an ends - i seen sewer hoses ..water hoses..adapters for electric and leveling blocks + much more -prices were what youd expect but at least it was there we were at site 15- specifically chosen because we could hang at camp while the kids played at the park ( obviously not our ideal location when by ourselves..lol)- across the street from the park were the bathrooms ..a laundry mat ..pop machines and next to the that , the pool- small but more then adequate for the amount of sites -only on saturday morning was it a little crowded for about 2 hrs..the pool was open 10-8..their is no lifeguard and all children under 17 must be accompanied by someone 21 or over . The staff was very friendly and helpful - the bathrooms were always clean ( not hotel clean but again - we are camping here and my standards may be lower then some on camping bathrooms..lol) 2 regular showers and 1 handicap with a bench - 2 regular toilet stalls and 1 handicap..I never had to wait to use the bathroom nor get a shower..so all good there and the water was hot and there was good water pressure . one thing i did notice and perhaps why there was never a bathroom/shower wait - about 75 % of the sites had large rv/5th wheels so they have there own bathroom and shower ... as others have said the water hookups are shared and some our far away - ours was about 20 feet from our camper but i seen some as far as 60 or more make sure the kids bring their bikes - its very bike/scooter friendly -not too hilly and not alot of traffic the museum and bison trail are at the entrance of the park - about 2 min from the campground - again all people we encountered were very friendly and we had a good time checking out the bison- even tho it was 95 degrees and humid ..lol- there are more playgrounds and pavilions around the entrance and by the museum also - there is an RV center about 20 min away in case you have any emergencies - i thought this was a nice bonus - walmart is also about 30 min away and there is a krogers about 20 min we did not get a chance to check out the lake area and one thing i will say is site 15 did not have a single tree..so it was a little rough with the heat - tho i had a large oscillating fan by the picnic table..we booked our stay at the beginning of june and this was 1 of only 2 sites available so book early if you plan on staying here during a holiday weekendand it was where we wanted it ..cant control the weather and the park cant just make trees appear..lol..most sites tho did have shade and trees. I'd give the park a 9 /10 ..my stepdaughters made friends quickly and had a great time and thats what mattered most..+ this being our maiden voyage in our NTU pup named "patchy"..and we had no big leaks even with all the rain ..the trip was a huge success and we will stay here again!! sorry if this is too long but I know I like a good detailed description and was trying to do the same Hope everyone had a great weekend!!