Canoed into our campsite, #15. It took 3 trips to bring in all our gear. Beautiful site. Quite a climb up to the actual site. Great swimming from site. Found a great rock to jump from. Lots of loons, toads and fish. Next time we would downsize our gear our use a motorized boat. Outhouse was a little rough around the edges, but doable. Town is close by for ice and things. Our island had 4 other campsites on it and we barely saw or heard our neighbors.
This campground is like having 2 campgrounds in one. One side of the lake is a bit crowded and can get rowdy. This side has flush toilets and showers. There are waterfront sites here. The other side of the campground is completely different, and a bit hidden. (Meacham Lake West) No flush toilets or showers, simply outhouses at each site. There may be a couple flush toilets you can walk to. Also, you will need to park and hike in a bit, but the views are so worth it! You can have a beautiful site right on the lake, and your neighbors are not on top of you. There is running water as well.
This campground is peaceful and lovely. There are no motorboats allowed on the lake, so the water is perfect for paddling. There is a small beach for if you don't get a waterfront campsite. They have canoes and kayaks for rent as well. We stayed on a non-waterfront site and there was a lot of space between us and neighbors. They have flush toilets at most sites, but no showers. You can use showers at a nearby campground. I would stay there again, but I would love to get a waterfront site this time.