My family has been camping in Razorback lake at the end of every summer since I was a kid. It's a campground my dad's family visited annually when he was young, too, and we've continued the tradition. Razorback Lake can't boast swimming as nice as nearby Star Lake, but the swimming is quite nice anyway and the crowds are usually fewer. Each campsite is pretty nice, surrounded by enough trees to give you some privacy from the neighbors, although on occasion you can hear some of the loud ones. There are a few sites for larger groups/multiple cars. One part of the campground has a parking area with a handful of walk-in sites, but the walk is no more than 2/10 of a mile, most of them closer. One benefit of the walk-in sites is that most of them are on a small peninsula on the lake. Razorback Lake is a nice spot for kayaking, canoeing, or fishing, and there is a small island in the middle of it to paddle out to and explore.