The lake is heavily developed and motor activity can be loud and frequent, and this was during the week in August.
The sites are smallish and tightly situated. Most are occupied with monster tents, at times with several, not to mention trailers, dogs and trucks. Not exactly rustic, wilderness camping, but it doesn't aim to be.
The beach is very children and family friendly.
The unpowered sites came out to almost $50 per nite, facilities were cleaned daily.
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