This is a stop on the AT open only to multi-day backpackers. I’ve heard it is sometimes enforced. It’s a bit different than most AT stops, as there are no real sites, just a large grassy area to pitch tents. It isn’t reservable, but free as long as you are AT backpacking. There is a basic, but clean, bathroom with showers. There is also a year-round water source (the bathroom closes in winter). There isn’t much to see or do really, just a spot to pitch a tent. Keep alcohol consumption discreet, it’s in a state park where alcohol is not allowed, even though is generally allowed on the trail.
I only stopped here for a night while I was hiking the AT, but it was a welcome relief to get to a spot where I could wash off and have indoor plumbing for a night. The sites are nice, but seemed pretty close together. As far as campgrounds on the AT go, this is one of the nicer ones. The place also has fresh drinking water, another welcome site while on the AT.
All around great AT campground!