After reading a few reviews, we decided to go tenting there for one night. It sounded like the campground I used to camp at when I was a child so it couldn't be too bad.
The location isn't desirable if you're looking to do anything outside the campground, if you just want to stay at the campground, it's perfect. Full of woods, there's a river, playground for kids, etc etc.
The sites were clean, the bathrooms and showers were clean (not by any mean 5 star hotel clean, but up to par with campground bathrooms), the grass was well kept, everything we saw was clean.
The staff, well its a family owed campground, while there is a tiny bit attitude, it's common I find of family owed campground because people try to take advantage of them and what not. Either way, we were polite and respectful and we had no issues what so ever with the staff. So unless you are rude and or loud, you should not have any issues. As for the comment about being young, we (2 guys, 1 gal, no kids) were all under 25 and had no issues. Again, we are polite, respectful and quiet.
Also, I *HATE* non-flush toilets, and the ones there were about a 1/10 the smell of the ones at Ghost Lake.. They were tolerable enough that you could still breathe in there which is saying a lot. **They also have flush toilets, the non-flush were just a lot closer for middle of the night usage**
Overall, would I camp there again? Yes, in a heartbeat. The only downside was that the river wasn't nearly as big as we imagined it to be but that can't exactly be helped.
Positives: Clean site with lots of cover, Cheap dry fire wood ($10 for at least 24 pieces if not 30), family friendly, quiet, great atmosphere and many more, see review.
Negatives: River is too narrow.