We stayed here for four nights in August.
- the campsite was clean.
- the campsite had a full-sized firepit (not one of the smaller, "let's save the planet, one tree at a time"-sized firepits that seem to be popping up in some campgrounds).
- the campground was still and quiet by 10:30 or so each night.
- when I booked online, I was required to pay, in advance, for a fire permit for every day of our stay. This requirement makes no sense. If by choice or due to rain we didn't have a fire, I still had to pay. The fire permit should be optional. As it happened, we had a campfire on only two days. If the campground needs more revenue, fine, then increase the rates (either the general overnight rate for everyone, or the rate for an optional fire permit).
- the shower building was cleaned once daily and quickly became filthy in between cleanings. Much could be said about why the condition of the shower building deteriorated so quickly, but the bottom line is that it needed to be cleaned more often than once per day.
- in the area where you can pick up firewood, the park had placed a series of concrete barriers in the parking lot a significant distance in front of the piles of firewood, forcing you to park some distance from the firewood and to carry armfuls of wood back to your vehicle. Not the end of the world, but I don't understand why the barriers were there in the first place.