They've been open for 35 years and you can tell no improvements have been made. We stayed at the canoe livery. The bathrooms were a mess and very far from our campground. There's barely any roads. When we checked in they said go find a site and that was it. There's a back end of the sites that say 4x4 only. I'm assuming it meant only cars with 4x4 drive should go back there, but the few sites outside of that area were taken. So we trudged back further to find a site. Turns out it rained and everything turned into a giant mud pit. The sites are over grown and marked with 1 stick. Watch where you walk because you will twist your ankle in a giant hole or get poison ivy. You'd think for being in business that long they would be able to afford to do something to fix the area a little or try to improve the sad bathroom situation. Take out a tree or two and put down new gravel on the sad excuse for a road. I love roughing it in a tent and rain doesn't bother me, but this site was a whole new experience. I've seen better camp sites at bonaroo and that's a hippy mud pit. I should've stayed home and just taken a trip for kayaking. Although Columbus has much better liveries with kinder staff and better instructions and help.