They have a good map on their website. If you have kids you might want to stay on the upper side to be closer to the activities for kids and you don't have to worry about them crossing the road ( which is not very busy) If it's just adults you might want to stay on the river side of the road. The sites that are closest to the river do not have mature shade trees yet ( they have trees planted during a recent renovation of the lower side, but they are still small)
The center rows have a few mature trees and the uppermost row has plenty of shade trees. You may want to look at the Google satellite view although the image is older.
All the sites are nicely graveled which you don't see in the Google photo, and the shadows from the trees by the river make it look like the waterfront row is shaded but it's not. There is also a new exit road which isn't in the aerial photo.
I just took another look at the aerial of the upper campground and it must be a really old photo. All of the upper sites look unfinished in the photo, but in fact they are fully finished, graveled sites, grass all around, they've added cabins, bathhouses, laundry. The jumping pillow, mini golf, laser tag and peddle carts, horseshoe and shuffleboard areas aren't in the photo either. But at least you can see the layout of the park.
Can you tell that I was really impressed by how nice the campground is?
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