Location is convenient but definitely more suited for campers than tents. Highway traffic noise (semis, engine braking) is LOUD…might be ok in a camper but not in a tent. Sites are small, close together and mostly gravel. Facilities are nice and clean.
We camped this past weekend at the Cedar Point group camping area. to be clear, this is completely separate from the regular campground and is in a completely different area of the lake. Group camping is reserved through the park office and is currently $75/night for up to 75 people. It includes access to public restrooms (flush toilets and sinks) but no electricity or showers. Mainly for tents but they allowed a pop-up camper parked in the parking lot (you cannot drive on the grass-they will ticket you). Site also had a huge picnic pavilion with 11 picnic tables, a fire pit area with benches and 2 charcoal grills. Specific to the Cedar Point campsite: There was not much shade in the campsite. I was hoping to hang my hammock in the trees but there was a lot of honeysuckle surround the campsite so I ended up not putting it up. This site has access to the water down a steep hill or a short hike to the point for a beach and easy swimming access. The main portion of campsite is at the top of a hill which was good in that it provided privacy but was challenging hiking everything up (especially firewood). We had a big cookout Saturday evening with extra people joining us and this was a great space for all our activities. Overall, this was a great camping experience!