A few maintained dispersed sites just off the main road as well as many dirt roads that lead to more secluded sites. Some dirt roads are more difficult to navigate with a trailer but there are plenty of options. Great fishing from shore or bring your boat. Small boat launch available. Definitely bring mosquito repellent. No public restrooms so come prepared. There are a few regular campgrounds in the area but most were closed due to covid.
We spent 4 days here exploring and fishing the surrounding area. The campground is on the small side and campsites are also small. Only one restroom. Unfortunately we stayed there when someone decided to have a family reunion on 2 sites and pretty much took over the place. 15 cars and 8 tents on two sites. 😩 but the camphost informed hoodoo and they came out and layed the law down. Hoodoo and the host were really friendly and came by to check on is every day. Lots of trails near by. I can see this camp getting a little noisy with off road vehicles. But all in all we had a great time fishing nearby lakes and just exploring.
Great quite campground. We were there Monday thru Thursday and we were the only ones there for half the time. Close to the river. The river noise will lull you to sleep. Only reason I didn't give a 5 star is the fire pits are totally not useable for grilling. The grills are 2.5 feet off the ground. y You would need to have a raging fire to reach. We always bring our grill of our home bbq. So we used wire to hang our grill under so it was closer to the fire. Lots of chipmunks and birds. So secure your food even in your trailer. We had an unwanted guest destory a loaf of bread in our popup over night. While the river was too shallow for fishing there are places close by that have plenty of trout. Close to Boulder Cave.