The park is comprised of 2 separate areas. Up by the lake are the RV sites with power and water and so close together your door opens up into the side of the rig beside you. Then there's the rear of the park. No hookups but the sites are more dispersed, private, and many of them are creek side.
The park has a nice sheltered marina with a boat launch, 2 bathroom areas, and a park store for firewood, ice, boat fuel and all those last minute things you forgot to bring. Dan calls it his happy place. June and September are my favorite times to go there's fewer campers and the weather is usually a bit cooler. 100 degrees is not uncommon through the summer there.