I camped at the Youth Camp Sites with the Scouts. All of the sites were good, but some of the area had been torn up by wild bore. I personally liked site 3 as it is the most open, but all are covered by tree canopy. The bathrooms were cleaned each morning and hot water was always available. Since we were camping during Dec. it was fairly dry. I would not want to stay there during the rainy season (primarily summer time). We saw lots of wild life, but were not disturbed by any animals at night like racoons, etc. and were able to leave the coolers out. There are a number of things to do, but the park is more geared towards nature loving people. The park is big an beautiful. The staff was friendly and the price was right. We paid $10 per adult and $2 per kid for a two night stay.