This campground is currently closed but hopefully opening in a couple of weeks. We were camping there as volunteers with the Buckeye Trail Association to assist with trail cleanup. The Buckeye Trail is easily accessible from the campground for hiking.
The campground has a beautiful lake you fish or kayak on and there are a ton of birds so bring your binoculars.
Some sites have good shade and some have absolutely none. There is no electric so come ready to boondock or bring a generator. There are sites on the hill or right next to the lake. There are water pumps and drop toilets which were semi clean.
It’s free to camp and first come first serve. You do have to have a permit which can be downloaded from the web. You do have to register and there is a camp host.
Wood is not provided and there are no rings but spots for your fire. Be smart, keep an eye on it. Picnic benches are at each site, some better than others. Each side also has its own trash can.
It is pet friendly, keep em on their leash. Some sites have more space than others if you want to keep your dog on a lead.
We lucked out with cool weather so not having 100% shade was fine with us this weekend.