As the title says, nothing exciting going on here. My family (wife, 2 children 4 & 5 years old) and another family of four (husband, wife, 9 year old, and a 2 year old.) We arrived on a Saturday afternoon. Campground is clean as other reviewers noted. Checked in at the office/store counter. I'm assuming the lady behind the counter was Fran, not very friendly. Was more interested in talking to the other patrons in the store and, she was very short with answers. Walked around to go into Cabin 3. Was told we would have a lake view. One window in the cabin which happen to be in the bedroom is not what I would consider a lake view. I personally wouldn't consider the big pond that they have a lake anyway. The cabin was clean though. It was spacious enough for the two families. The A/C works great. TV is supplied and it has Direct TV. You're camping, I don't think you need either of them. The cabin is supplied with the basics (silverware, plates, cups, bowls, mixing bowls, pots, pans, dish soap, sponge, broom, dust pan, garbage can.) There is a loft with a twin bed, 2 bedrooms (one-has 2 bunk beds and the other room has a full size bed) and there's a pull out sofa bed. Shower is on the small side and I'm not a big guy. The water heater works great (LP Gas), full size stove is also LP Gas, microwave. Did not come with a coffee maker, they sell it in the store in the morning. Outside the cabin. Fire pit, that's a joke. The fire pit is a rim from a car, if you get the right cabin you'll get a bigger fire pit. They have a regular grill that you could buy from the local wal-mart fro $15 and, not have to worry about cleaning what is provided or bring your own. Space between cabins is limited. You're allowed to have two cars at your site for a reason. The space behind your car is limited also, hopefully the people driving to the other cabins right next to you are paying attention and don't hit your car. In the rules that you are given upon check in. It says to not go into the woods behind your cabin and other places, our particular cabin has a run off from the sink into the woods behind us. You can hear the water running out as the sink is being used in the cabin. The "lake" is not that bad. No swimming. You can tell it's been stocked (catch and release.) You see plenty of fish, the bass are constantly jumping and eating the bugs at the surface. Bluegill/sunfish were biting on jigs and not on the night crawlers. The pond has a lot of water lilies. Docks on the pond, you need to think very small when they say dock. Paddle boat, row boat, and I think they had a canoe to rent. Mini golf is not free, they charge per person and the course is weathered and falling apart. My son actually hurt himself on a piece of wood by walking across the unused course. The playground is not bad either. My children liked it but, they are 4 and 5 years old. I didn't go into the laundry room or the bathrooms. I didn't use the port-o-potty either. The heated saltwater pool - the pool is nice sized but, far from being heated. The water is cold, the pond was warmer. There are plenty of chairs around the pool. I didn't go into the other areas of the camp ground out of consideration and trying to give the campers there privacy. Check out - we cleaned the cabin. I'm thinking that the cabins are left that way and hopefully the person who was in it before you left it clean. Once again Fran was more interested in speaking to the other patrons and was not giving me any feelings of sincerity when she said thanks for staying.