We had a great time at this park over spring break week April 2018. My site was #103 overlooking the lake. Like most state parks the site was large for a pup and access to the lake/pond was easy. You can paddle all around if you like or just sit and watch everyone. Most sites are spaced out well. #103 was near a pavilion. I was worried about people eating there and making noise, but there isn't a grill. If people use it then they'll probably just eat lunch and leave. It would be a great place to play games if rain comes and you're sick of sitting in the pup. The sites near the water on the 100 loop are mostly for tents, although i think I could put my pup on them easily. If you can't get a water site, the 200/300 loop is nice. I suggest getting an outward facing #206 through #302 sites since there is a stream that feeds the lake there. Nice for kids to play in. The #600 loop has relatively unlevel sites and it's accessable by a gravel road. They are mostly for tents but pups would fit well there if you have the skill to level out properly. These sites are close to the bath house. You'll also be in the woods more. The other loops were closed for renovations. Other attractions include Callaway Gardens. Take your bikes and ride for hours on paved trails. It's about 25 per person to enter the gardens, but worth the visit. There's a butterfly house, birds of prey show, and wonderful gardens to tour. FDR's little white house is close by as well. Worth a day trip. If you camp in the summer, the liberty bell pool is huge and would be a welcome relief to the heat. It's separate from the camp so you'll have to drive. Lots of hiking trails in the park. We did the 3 mile loop around the campground. Someone has made a fairy house along the trail. Leave the fairy a note and she may answer it! There's a back entrance and exit to the campground that saves 10 minutes to the highway. Shoot me a note if you want more information.