We stayed at the park for a week (starting Saturday the 7th). First state park we've seen with sewer hookups at the sites. The camping loops are over a mile from the entrance. Watch your GPS - it sent us to the park entrance VS the camp entrance. Rangers were very friendly. Sites are kept free of leaves and are hard packed with a small gravel/stone coating. Very level for our pull thru 1/2 circle spot (43). Water pressure was consistent except Monday morning, where we had no pressure for about 30 minutes. Power was stable. Picnic tables were well maintained. Bathhouse had heat lamps over showers, 2 showers. Cleaned constantly. Sites cleaned immediately after departures. Camping loops are at the end of the park near 27; lots of traffic noise, to the point that it was a distraction. Many tents, and lots of 1night stays around us during our week. Overall a clean park, but beware of the traffic noise.