The camper will be provided with a tent pad, fire ring, barbeque grill, picnic table, light pole, handicapped accessible vault toilet, and water stations. There is no electricity, and the sites are well treed. This is truly a setting for getting away from it all to appreciate nature and your companions.
Be prepared before you go to deal with the hazards of the area. There are bluffs and children must be supervised at all times. Bring bug spray and sunscreen. The park is strict about the number of persons per campsite. There is also a rule that campers must remove all trash. If you pack it in, you must pack it out. You may bring your dog, but you must also clean up after your dog. Dogs must be on a leash, so make sure your pup is always on theirs!
Keep noise levels to a minimum. The park does not allow fireworks or hunting. It is advisable to visit the forestry and wildlife service rules before going. Be advised that you will need to use proper food storage. There are bears and animals in the area that may be attracted to you if you do not stow food and trash properly.
If you are not one for primitive camping, the recreation area does offer cabins for rent as well as a lodge. The accommodations there will provide running water and the amenities of an indoor stay. You can stay in these facilities year-round and appreciate the stone fireplaces.