Jennifer - I found this campground on the ReserveUSA Web site, and I camped there in May 2003.
I was amazed at the work that went into designing this campground and the amount of work still going on there to maintain it and keep it clean. The sites are gravel and have a fire pit, picnic table, lantern hanger, and electric and water hook-ups. You can buy ice and firewood at the campground, though you may have to split your own wood. Nancy is the closest town, only about 9 miles away, and has a gas station and two grocers. Because of the gravel sites, this campground is best for people using pop-up or travel trailers. If tenting, bring a mat for under your tent to prevent tears and be sure to have something comfortable to sleep on. The kids loved the playground, which had plenty of sand to dig in and land on. There are swings, slides, a play house, tire swing, baby-swing, cylinders to climb through and on, and bathrooms nearby. One Web site I looked at stated that there was swimming, but there is not a swimming area at the campground. You may also like to know that the campground is surrounded by dry counties, so you'd be wise to stock up before you get there. It's a very nice campground and was perfect for our little family reunion!