Went backpack camping with a friend on this loop - we took the shorter of the two. The land is all regrowth forest and the further you go, the less you see of people - a novelty in this part of the world.
There are several primitive campsites along the trail with nothing more than a stone fire ring and a clearing, so pack in everything you need including water.
A great spot. We will return.
This is a favorite spot - among the dunes and in a tent. The basic sites are clean and the facilities are fine - cold shower only.
But….the key is the location. You are right next to the ocean and it's not overrun with people.
Go here and don't tell anyone!!!
A nice "weekender" type of campground. The sites are clean and level for the most part. I recommend taking one on the outside of the loop - near the trees.
The reservoir provides ample opportunity for swimming, fishing and there is great space to fly a kite if that's in your book or tricks.
Nothing out of the ordinary, but if you are looking for an introduction to camping, this would be a great place to start.
We visited sight unseen and were pleasantly surprised! The sites were well maintained and clean. Every day after checkout I saw park employees policing up left behind rubbish.
The sites are smallish, but I didn't feel like we were on top of one another. We lucked out with good neighbors.
There are modern toilets and hot showers as well as a laundry facility if needed. The camp host was a wealth of information and a great resource.
Could have cared less about cell service, so I have no idea if it was available.
I do recommend camping on the lake side - bugs weren't too bad except in the evening.
Great family spot.