I was concerned about camping with no electricity and no water. After the sun went down, it was so worth it. It was quiet and dark and you could see stars you never knew even existed. It was beautiful. I will admit, there were some rowdy campers around but they really didn't bother me too much. I could still enjoy the beautiful skies even though they were enjoying themselves a little too much. The restrooms were clean and well kept up. The showers (yes, $2 for 10 minutes) were clean and quite comfortable. The staff was very helpful and friendly. There was plentiful firewood on the ground. It took some work to gather it but we had a nice fire buring for most of our stay. Our stay was during the "walk in" period when no reservations were available. There were many other campers but there were plenty of spots available even on the weekend in late March. All the spots were spacious and seemed to be spaced sufficiently apart from the next spot. Spots for RVs were not very plentiful. Some of the spots would only accomodate a smaller RV and many would require a skilled driver to get in. The grounds around the loops were so beautiful. Some of the spots had a very scenic overlook. I can't even imagine how beautiful it would be in the fall. If you are making reservations, pay attention to the provided information about the specific spots. You can hardly go wrong but there are some spots more right than others.