We arrived little later around 6 p.m. And being such a nice day there were only few sites left. Size of the sites varies but one we got we were avail to put up 2-2 person tent and 1- 4 person tent (only had one vehicle so used extra spot for vehicle as temt site.
Toilet was near by but it ran out of toilet paper next morning due to high number of people camping overnight. If there is any trouble of sorts, park ranger station was right there at the entrance of the camp sites.
It was hard to find pricing on camp online, it is $12 per site per night. And discovery pass is required. ( if you don't have one there is a slip there for you to pay for one as well) You get the little slip, fill out the info and out cash/check and deposit the envelope portion, keep the detachable slip and display on vehicle.
It got little chilly at night but wasn't too bad. One person said he got bitten by spider, but asides that didn't experience any mosquitos at this time of the year which is great for me.
Beach is walking distance. And you can walk around if you want we did spot a bald eagle early in the morning.
This place is little further from town so make sure you have everything you need if you want to get comfortable and enjoy the getaway.
Dog friendly and they recommend 6ft or shorter leash.
If you like simple camping, this is a great place. There are about 16 campsites and you can walk down to the beach area. It is dog friendly, and they should be on leash. It's really quiet and peaceful here. You cannot reserve this state campsite online and so it is first come first serve. If you have a boat or a kayak, they have sites set aside in addition to the ones mentioned above that you can kayak to and stay. Love this place….will be back to enjoy it for sure!
Basic campsites with restrooms withixn reasonable distance. Beach is beautiful!