We stayed here in May 2016 on our way to California. We liked this park because it is very quiet and secluded. The campsites have plenty of space between each other with hedges and trees adding to the privacy. This spot is popular with "birders" because it is on the flight path going north and south across Lake Erie. The dump site is the cleanest and best equipped we have ever seen.
Stayed overnight here in our trailer in June 2014. We have stayed at other Jellystone parks so we expected much much better. Dirt roads ring the sites so there is a lot of dust ( presumably mud if it rains). This park has seen it's better days as everything looks very used, bordering on dilapidated and it was expensive at $70+ per night. Staff was nice and helpful but that didn't make up for the ambiance/price ratio. Never again.