The state and national park was full, so we got a spot here for one night. The staff was super nice and the location is good; right by the river where you can wade/swim. The neighbors were NOT quiet at 11pm like the signs say (they also say the quiet hours are strictly enforced), and fireworks were going off even though the signs prohibit this too. We had drunk people walking by our tent in the middle of the night. Primitive camping; the portapotties can be a five minute walk and if you're in a tent you may as well forget the shower or you'll have to drive. The spots by the river seem better to watch the water but the shore isn't super for wading. The canoe drop off point is a one minute walk and it's nice for swimming, but watch the current. You can bring your own firewood; the bug problems that the state parks are worried about don't seem to be a problem here.