Staff was friendly. I would stay here again. A few notes are in order. Parking is side by side front to rear to allow a common set of utilities for two rigs. It can be a little close. Next ,"pull-through" sites are advertised. This is correct, no back ins. This has always meant to me that the site would accommodate my RV and toad WITHOUT disconnecting. However,you will likely need to disconnect your toad at the entrance. Finally my Rand McNally GPS was alerting me to Cupid Street. Cupid St is an internal campground street not marked/visible from US 34. I was looking for the street to turn and almost missed the obvious park signs.
It is a nice campground. Staff was nice. But some words are in order. Do not let your GPS bring you in through Dean Pond Road. The GPS address stops about 1/2 mile short and now you are in the deep woods scratching your head on a road that you wish you would not have been on. In the overnight Safari "pull by" field there is only 30 amp and water. The field is actually a series of back-ins but it is converted by allowing sideways camping across two sites. There is no usable WiFi. Verizon allowed emergency calls only. There is no TV reception.
Very very nice park. The staff was very nice as were the facilities. However the back-in sites around the lake and elsewhere can be blocked by parking, on the road, in front of the occupied sites, potentially making things awkward. The park has miserable Wi-Fi for a park this size and quality. My Verizon Wi-Fi connection was not particularly good either.