I camped here in my travel trailer and have quite a bit of experience staying in Kentucky's State parks.
The bathroom in the campground was filty and the showerstalls were dirty. It appears that there is no upkeep to keep the painted block walls in the showers clean and free of mold or dirt. The floors were dirty as well.
The hiking trails are pretty long and be sure to bring water. The trails were actually nice, just be sure to use plenty of bug spray before going out. There are also camping spots for primitive and horse camping as well.
You can go to the lake and rent a pontoon to go fishing and I believe there is a pool there as well. As you pull in to check in, the office is actually farther down at the lake where you can rent boats.
It appears that they have a shortage of workers there, hence the closed check-in station and dirty bathrooms.More