Traveled here in a 32.5 ft 5th wheel. Our site was in very rear portion, next to huge grassy area that was great for our dogs. We had no trees, open space, gravel pad was a wee tight due to picnic table. You have to use their cable box so we just hooked up our satellite. Many shady places are available so you should probably request trees or shade if you want them. There is a small pond/lake for fishing and a decent playground for children. We did not use public rooms so cannot comment on them. The park was quiet enough. Only negative was poor water pressure. Don't know if it can be improved but would be nice to have had better pressure. We would stay here again.
We stayed overnight on the way south for spring break. It seemed strange that this was in the middle of a residential area, but this is the kind of campground where you would cook smores with friends over a campfire. It stormed badly the night we were there and the water drained nicely. The people in the office were friendly. It would be nice if they had an off leash area for dogs. The playground wasn't very nice.
Older small park, reasonable rates, clean bathrooms, sites were ok but a bit close and were uneven gravel with trees...tables and fire pits provided..lots of pet walking space and children's playground. Most of campers were long termers during this time of the year.