This park apparently has separate sections for overnighters and longer stays. The overnight area is close to the interstate. The other area is closer to the river.
The park charges (as of this writing) $3 more for FULL hookup (W/E/S) than for just water and electric. The current price was $26 for full hookups (without taxes). These days, finding a campground under $30 is a miracle! Wi-Fi is accessible with an assigned code. Wi-Fi is easy to access, but was extremely slow when I used it.
Sites are all grass, not necessarily level. Some of the sites are front and back “twosies,” you will get a pull through if you are lucky and no one is in the back spot. Otherwise, you will back in to the front spot. Each spot has a fire ring and picnic table. TV reception via antenna is ok, some of the channels will “pixelate.”
At the time I was there, the overnight area was wide open, but I can tell it would be “crowded” if it were full. The longer stay area looked pretty crowded. One good thing, if you use one of those expensive “surge protector” plug ins, the posts are long enough for you to use one.
The Laundry room is a bit of a hike from the camping area. Laundry room only has two washers and two dryers for the entire camp. However, the washers are those great front loaders that can handle larger loads. Prices are about average, $1.25 wash, $1.00 dry.
There is a pool and mini-golf, but both appeared to be closed during my stay.