So we arrived to Lloyd lake at night, and the directions led us right to the spot. However when we arrived we did see signs of the park closing at 10pm and reopening at 6am which made us weary of if we were even allowed to camp here. We figured since it was very secluded and there was not a single soul in sight to see, we would be okay. Turns out we were! No one came by all night, and apart from the noises from cars driving up the main road in Monticello it was pretty quiet. The noises of the cars do project accross the lake so it can sound pretty loud, but with pretty low traffic flow we fell asleep quickly. In the morning I woke up to birds chirping and ducks squealing, which is honestly a very lovely wake up call! The lake was peaceful, and the view was amazing.. definitely worth the trip a little outside Moab to hit Canyonlands and Arches the next day!
I see rumors that “No Camping” signs are going up, as of early July we did not see anything. We had a ton of family at the big Ramada which had 4 tables and a fire pit. There is a dirt volleyball court. There is a pit toilet that is a 4 minute walk away. There is a small dock for canoes, kayaks and small boats. The water was perfect, muddy but no bad smell. Lots of bugs in the evening. There are a few other sites around the lake but it is definitely limited.