While the sites are uninspiring with very few shade trees, the beach is right there, the sand is nice, and one can wade out quite far in the water to lounge all day. The hosts were super--they went out of their way to go get us firewood in their golf cart as we weren't able to do this with just our motorcycles available.
The one dig on this which isn't reported elsewhere is that this thing is downwind from a cow pasture, and boy do you know it during the height of the day when its warm and the breeze is filling your nostrils with that fresh dairy smell. Again, get down to the beachfront and stay there.
Our only highlight of camping here was access to Bear Lake
My family loves camping at Rendezvous Beach. Bear Lake is warm enough by July 4th to enjoy the lake and it's always such a beautiful blue. We were disappointed a couple years ago with the remodel of the group site bathrooms because they're not stuffy, cramped, and usually low on water pressure. Park rangers and camp hosts are respectful which makes everything smooth and fun.
This is where all the cool kids go. If your looking to relex, don't camp here. Head to the northern end of the lake. Rental place nearby for motor craft or paddle sports. Very cold lake!
We camped for three days here. The restroom was very clean (for a campground), although the stall door needed some repair. The paper towels were well-stocked, and the trash emptied daily. The fire pits are pretty solid and include a built-in grill. The area was free of litter. There was a golden eagle nest above us where eagles were flying to and from; this was quite the sight to see! If you want to camp at Bear Lake, this is a good spot. Electricity and water hookups are included at each campsite for those of you with RVs.