This recreation area is part of Pat Mayse Lake
The Camp host Kathie has put so much appreciated work into improving this place! Looks great!!
The things I liked about this park is it provides a pleasant family environment and nice boat lunching opportunities. That is about it.The sites are not graded well and would be best set up for RV's. You can choose some wooded areas and some open areas so that shouldn't be a consideration. The bathrooms are dated and little more than a glorified hole in the ground. While exploring I was attacked by ants so heads up on that. The reason I wouldn't go back is short of the lake, there inst a lot more to do here as the grounds are actually fairly small. I would go to Sanders Cove for a better experience.
I found this campground through a US army core website, and the details at that website did not turn out to be very accurate. Both loops at Pat Mayse East Campground showed to have bathrooms, which I assumed meant flush toilets and sinks, since the map also had an icon for vault toilets and this was not used. Both loops actually do have vault toilets and no running water. The campground seems set up pretty well for RVs; there were a lot of rv hookups for water and electric. There are also basic tent sites, picnic tables and metal fire rings. Water spigots are placed throughout so access is not difficult. You have your choice of sunny areas or more forested. Some spots are tightly packed in, but others are on the outside of the loop and seem like they'd be pretty quite. I wasn't overly impressed on the whole.