The lake is the most beautiful thing about this place and nice bathrooms
Great place for RV and tents, lake, very nice restroom area, and friendly.
We stayed at Morganton in October. The campground was busy, but it was still quiet. We stayed in the tent only "hike in" sites -- some are closer than others, but I wouldn't call any of them a hike, just a short walk. It's a bit of a walk to the nearest bathroom from, but not too bad. The bathrooms looked brand new when we went, and were very well-kept.
Our site (D) would have been waterfront if the lake weren't so low from the drought. It still made for a beautiful and peaceful setting. The tent only sites are on a little peninsula of their own, so it was quiet and more secluded than the rest of the campground.
Nearby Blue Ridge is a good place to stock up on anything you forgot to pack, but it's also worth a visit just to walk around the cute downtown area. They have several nice outdoor stores, some breweries, and lots of restaurants to choose from.