We’ve stayed at this CG a half dozen times. It was where we first got introduced to gray water sites.
We found that reservations at this park are necessary to stay out of a gray water site.
Staying in a gray water site limits your stay time unless they have a “honey wagon” for black water or you have a "blue boy". We went to CW and got a 30 gal blue boy after our first stay at this CG.
The Odetha CG has a lot to offer and can be a really fun place for the family.
I’m including a picture of a gray water sewer connector for those not familiar with them.