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.