I camped here with 3 of my children (ages 7, 9, and 14) in April 2014. The grounds were wonderful - nicely maintained. There are tent and pull-thru sites for RVs. The sites have concrete picnic tables and a fire ring with a grill. The area is wooded and on a hill - we had to look for a spot with minimal slope (probably not so much an issue if not tent camping). There is water (communal spigot) and modern bathroom facilities in the campground; there are showers and laundry at the camp store but we didn't use these. The sites are nicely spaced - it was not crowded the weekend we stayed but we did have someone next to us and we didn't feel like they were on top of us. There is a dedicated tent camping loop in the camping area - we did not camp here (was raining the night we arrived - just wanted to get the tent up!) but would probably chose this next time because there were raised, sandy spots to pitch the tent (rather than on the grass - had puddles).
The no electric was a plus for us- very quiet after dark (there is also a no generator policy after 10pm but I don't think it's enforced). Also very dark - the other campfires were the only other lights we could see. There were no leaves on the trees when we were there and the stars were amazing - my sons saw the Milky Way for the first time here.