Great quiet campground with very nice hosts. Sites are mostly flat, with minor adjustments for frig. There has been a lot of rain in this area so there are some damp places and standing water. Trail is damp. The dump station is closed due to excessive ground water so you will have to drive down the road about a mile to use the Hickory campground where there are also showers. Deer run sites have no showers and only pit toilets. There is electric at Deer Run site and water with long hose which the host offered their longer hose to access the water spigot.
This is the first state park we stayed at with our class c motorhome. The roads in the campground area are all freshly paved and the camp sites have freshly packed gravel. Mostly flat sites, but there are a few that you would have to use some sort of leveling device.
The bathroom/shower area were clean smelling and very clean. If you are the first one up to shower it takes a little while for the hot water to arrive! We did not walk the Trail there as it was pretty wet and somewhat muddy and I didn’t want to take my dog through that. We will be coming back to do that. There are only electric hookups. I did see water spigots place around different locations but not at each site. You can fill with fresh water ate the dump station when you pull in. Because of the paved roads it is easy to pull a portable dump tank to the dump station.
It was so quiet that you could hear your heart beat, and you could really see the stars. Side note, we did encounter some ticks so bring your sprays, lotions and light color clothing.