Well this weekend we stayed there & we were pleasantly surprised! I hadn't realized that I had actually signed us up for "family camp." It was at the park we had camped at before, but at a whole different location. It was called the "Baker-near Wildnerness Settlement Area." and it consisted of about 10 rustic cabins (1 room, bunk beds, a wood stove and a table. no bathrooms, no electricity, no kitchen, etc) and a beautiful "lodge" in the center.
All sorts of great families with kids were staying in the other cabins and the naturalists had all sorts of family activities planned that you could opt-in... archery, rock-climbing, canoeing. critter shows, lectures on worms, etc.
However there were some bad parts to camp... both Patrick and I woke up sick in the middle of the first night there and the rest of the weekend was a physical struggle. We both felt a bit better when we were up and about but in reality it was pretty tough. We took a lot of turns sleeping... and went to bed early. But it was good all-around. We went on a bike ride. We played at another playground. We had all the camp kids making ice-cream on the last night.
We are staying out at this family camp again in Sept for fall family camp & I can't wait!