The National Forest has hiking, multi-use trails, and boating (there is a ramp nearby). This is dispersed camping, meaning there are no amenities besides a pit toilet and a few fire rings. Make sure to bring your own water treatment.
Yay: Close to the river, on the less busy side of the forest. Drive along the road and decide which campsite to stay at. All free.
Nay: Sadly, there was a lot of trash at all the sites. Not all sites have fire rings. There are only 7 sites so and no reservations so you may end up out of luck (but there are many other campgrounds in the area). Can be very muddy!
Surprise: call or visit the ranger office before entering the forest to get the latest recommendations for good trails and where to see wildlife!