The camping is right along the river, which you think is nice until you have to listen to the semi's engine-braking over the bridge all night long. Also, the camping is right in the bar's parking lot so it's very noisy all night long. There is an additional "primitive" camp area towards the back side of the resort, which is much quieter, but it's really just a field. Huge sites though - if you're looking for party sites, this is it. We easily fit 3 tents (2 lg, 1 sm) and 2 cars. Due to the wet spring, the mosquitoes were horrible - not sure the resort could be held responsible for that, but considering how much the sites are they could spray/fog. Bathroom was a long walk at night... had to drive. Could definitely use some port-a-potties in that area!!
We did tube, and yes - they are very possessive of the river! We didn't try to bring our own, but signs are posted everywhere that you will be charged IN & OUT if you try to port anything. Also, for as busy as they are, you'd think checking in for tubing would be a smooth operation. It's not - very disorganized.
The resort had few amenities - would be horrible for kids. The price per night is comparable to fancier campgrounds with much more in terms of amenities. I don't think we'd stay here again, but we would probably tube on the river.