This park has 2 different camping areas. The main campground is a class A campground with electric and a shower house. It is shaded, but sites are open and it seems somewhat crowded to me. The White Oak campground across the street is where I have camped many times with our tent, and I plan to go there next year with the popup. White Oak campground has no services, but the sites are spacious, level, and well separated. As a bonus it is rarely crowded. You are also aloud to use the shower house in the main campground which is very nice. The park itself has limited activities but it does have an interesting monument overlooking the Rock River, a couple short hiking trails, and fishing on the Rock River nearby. It is very near 3 other parks with lots of hiking avaiable: Lowden-Miller, Castle Rock, and White Pines. If you don't mind the idea of dry camping, I highly recommend it.