The campground is beautiful and the scenery unparalleled. We had a great time playing cards and watching the full moon rise over the lake--shades of orange and pink, stunning! However, as gorgeous as it was, the campers around us caused the whole experience to sour fast. First of all, though there is plenty of shoreline, the campground allows about 50-75 feet to be accessible for swimming. Here's a gorgeous lake, but you only get to swim "here" with everyone crammed together. A couple people brought their dogs to the beach where they were free to roam around at their leisure. I am afraid of dogs, having once been bitten. Sorry, I can't help it. It is very unnerving to have strange dogs, even if "they're really friendly" coming up to you and sniffing you as you are trying to relax. Needless to say, beach fun= zero. We had to leave after we swam because the beach was so crowded with people who have no respect for others. Loud music, walking on your towel, playing catch literally over your head.... really? Yeap. Then, back at our campsite, after our card game and getting into our tent to fall asleep to the lush wind and crickets, what I look forward to when sleeping in a tent--was ruined by some campers up the hill a ways who kept their generator on ALL NIGHT. They also left their outdoor light on their portable castle on wheels on ALL NIGHT. so much for the gorgeous moonlight. We were told the campground quiet hours began at 10 PM.... not enforced at all. Total disappointment. I mean, maybe someone in the castle on wheels needed a respirator? Maybe? Why else does someone feel justified in letting a motor hum and idle ALL NIGHT? The next morning, as we told the woman at the entrance of our disappointment of gas fumes, humming machinery and glowing electrical lighting ALL NIGHT LONG--she seemed not interested. I would love a refund and I will not recommend a campground that advertises quiet hours but does not take them seriously.