We had our first pop-up trip ever this past weekend to Calhoun Falls SP. Absolutely beautiful sites, we stayed in Site #65 which is part of a 3-site penisula. We did not look a Campground #1 but Campground #2 had all paved, flat sites and I would estimate that 75% were lakefront lots. We faced the water relatively unobstructed for a terrific morning sunrise over the water. Ranger said swimming from any site in the lake was ok. The sites were well spaced apart and many pull through sites. I would say the main negative to Calhoun Falls SP has to be a major rail line that runs a few miles South of the park so you hear trains coming through in the distance every 3-4 hours or so. It is probably less noticeable in the Summer when the trees and such are full. The bath house was a little further away from our site which is the price to pay for location and spacing between lots. I would rate the bath house as warm, reasonable clean, and functional. Calhoun Falls has a few double sites for families and we believe site #58 is the best site in campground #2 (pull through, neighborhood of bath house, unobstructed views of lake, and lake beach area for the kids that you can easily see from the camp area). Site #64 (I think) was next to us and was the extreme point on the penisula so have water views on 3 sides (back-in). All the back-ins were wide open as well so rookies like us could back-in easily. Planning our next trip now and we feel lucky to live in an area with so many state park options within an hour's drive.