We stayed at South Beach State Park which has RV places and yurts for accommodations. The yurts are similar to cabins in RV parks: heated, have electric hookups, and have bunks and a futon bed for sleeping. You bring your own bedding and make sure they're clean when you leave. Food is a communal thing -- each section takes on a meal then the chorus goes out one evening -- and there are showers and flush toilets.
With the arrival of spring, there were tiny wildflowers and spring growth everywhere. The misty rain added an extra sparkle to the leaves and made for pretty pictures.