Sites are long, but narrow. I don't know how you would use the fire pit if you have someone in the site next to you without catching them on fire. Every site had a reserved sign on the post, but the manager said "Oh, we save a few" and put us in one toward the middle. Office is across the street in white house by wood pile. Okay park, but would probably look elsewhere next time. Park was full for the weekend and really felt crowded and noisy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here while traveling through. Overall, we really liked this park. It is a bit more primitive. There is electric hook-ups, but no water. Water is located on the island portion, by hand pump. Bathrooms are pit-toilets, but were clean. No showers. The rate was only $25.00 for an electric site. No extra fees for having children, (A bonus!) The sites are level and VERY large. The park was quiet, with the exception of the traffic on the metal bridge, but a rumbling sound that wasn't too bothersome. A gentleman came around selling firewood, shortly after we were settled in. We loved staying here. The attendant and the firewood guy were both very friendly. There are walking paths, riverfront to fish. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Excellent overnight spot. Huge pull-through 30 amp dry sites, as well as shaded back-ins. I was told there was central water and dump, but I didn't see them. At $14US, it's a real find. We camped here in a Motorhome.