Reviewed Jul. 22, 2021

Primitive camping, good overnight stop, nice views

I stayed here one night in July 2021. The sites are in groups of four with one gravel/dirt parking spot for each campsite. Behind the parking spots are picnic tables, a tent area and a fire ring for each site. Generally the area is weedy, grassy or dry dirt/sand. Most sites have lake view / access, although it seemed grassy and muddy to get there. Probably ok to put in a kayak or a canoe. It seems like many people come here for fishing and boating.

Sites 8-18 weren’t open when I came.

-Vault toilets. I didn’t use, so I can’t comment. -No water or trash available

Verizon 1 bar 1x (useless?) ATT 2 bars LTE (decent) Both marginally better with a booster

The views were beautiful at sunset.

The larger campground to the south costs $37-$50 a night. That campground is more developed with amenities, grass but very close neighbors. Osbourne campground to the north is also primitive like Jones Bay and also $12 a night but the sites are in one giant parking lot all facing each other so you have lots of neighbors.


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