This is the favorite campground of local friends. It’s within the Daniel Boone National Forest on Laurel River lake and is not actually an island. It can’t be accessed by car but you can bike in on a dirt service road. Most of the docks are quite small, so plan to visit by small boat or by canoe/kayak, though we did see some larger boats at some of the docks. Great spacious sites, beautiful and wooded. It’s a medium sized campground.
Yay: wonderful atmosphere here, potable water provided, pit toilets.
Nay: no reservations and it apparently fills up on weekends.
Surprise: you can XC ski or snowshoe to the site (3+ miles) in the winter. Great wildlife all year. People go scuba diving in this lake but we haven’t ever tried it. Definitely the can’t miss campground in this area.