My family of 7 (kids ages 9 yrs to 10 month) went tent camping here over Memorial Day weekend.
The sites were spacious. There were campers on either side of us but they were far enough away that I did't feel watched. There are no campsites directly behind you. The kids were able to enjoy the forest without worrying about encroaching on anyone else's space. There were lots of good places to pitch a tent. There was lots of fallen wood to burn. There are picnic tables and fire rings at the sites. Some sites have electricity available. There were lots of sites with plenty of room for trailers or motor homes. About half the sites are reserveable.
Amenities and Grounds
In the loops there are vault toilets and non-potable water. Dumpsters, hot showers and drinking water are available near the camp entrance. The camp host sells firewood ($7/bundle) and ice ($3 or $4). The driveways are paved and many other campers brought bikes to ride around.
*The hike to the sinkhole is easy and great for families. It starts directly across from campsite 44
*If you are tent camping, ask for a site close to the bathroom. We didn't love how far we were every time a kid had to go.
*Make sure you bring plenty of water since there is no drinking water near the campsites.
*If visiting on the weekend, be sure to check out the ranger programs. There are evening campfire programs, group hikes and nature walks, and hands-on educational programs
*Willow Springs Lake is just about 5 miles down the road. It was a beautiful place to hike around and looked great for fishing and boating.