The campground is butted up against Sherwood lake and a small mtn ridge range that divides West Virginia and Virginia. Even though I didn't get to go fishing it looked like a very nice lake to fish in. The campsites themselves are very nice and the majority is right on the lake. There is very nice facilities for the men and women's bathroom and shower. You can go on the lake in boat and there is a beach area for swimming. I really enjoyed the arched wooden bridge that you can walk over to an island and explore. I highly recommend this Sherwood lake for camping. Its all around peaceful. It takes a little bit of driving to get there off the beaten path of nearby White Sulphur Springs but it is definitely worth the drive.