This is a beautiful park. We camped over the holidaty weekend, Fr-Sun night. The park located where the Wisconsin river joins the Mississipp. There's lots of hiking of varying difficulty, great views off the bluff at multiple locations, Small caves and waterfalls to see, and a nice beach is available on the Mississippi river down the road at Wyalusing county park. There are two campgrounds to choose from. Most sites are "dry", but a few sites in both campgrounds do have electric. You are pretty far away from any major highways, so the park is pretty quiet at night. Most sites in both campgrounds appear to be level. Homestead campground: It is mostly wooded, and most sites are a good size. All sites are reasonably well separated from one another with brush or trees. There are no showers or flush toilets in this campground; you need to drive a few minutes to the Wisconsin Ridge campground for that. Wisconsin Ridge campground: This campground is much more open, and some of the sites are closer together. However, the bluff sites have a beautiful view, and you are right near the camp store, and the shower building. Pictures of all of the campsites can be found at wyalusing.org, which I found very helpful when reserving our site. We stayed in site #250 in the Homestead campground. Our particular site was surrounded by trees and backed up to a pine forest. I would definitely stay in that area of the campground again as all of the sites there were large and well shaded. Overall, we had a great time at this park. We also went on a short canoe trip on the Wisconsin river which was lots of fun. There is just a lot to do in this area.