This is a campsite that is maintained by the NPS. It is just past Dingmans Ferry Campground and is only accessible by water (Kayak, canoe, boat, or in my case a packraft). The site is free but is available on a first come first served. I stayed here for my second night on the river (my first night was spent at Namanock Island about 8 miles north.
The site has a designated fire pit with a grate. It's quite spacious and can fit several tents easily. It backs up to the McDade Recreation Trail which is pretty cool as we were able to hike out of there the next day.
We cooked S'mores, ate hot dogs, and used a Jet boil for our meals.
Note: this is a primitive site meaning there are no bathrooms. Please exercise leave no trace principles and pack out all trash if you plan on visiting!
Overall I would recommend the site as it was clean, well maintained, and relatively easy to unload on small sand beach on the Delaware. Happy Camping!