This campground has many waterfront sites with water and electric. Many of the sites go right down to the water with shallow, sandy areas great for folks of all ages. Some of those sites do tend to flood if the water level gets too high (just something to watch for). Many of the sites are quite sloped making leveling a bit challenging at times. Also, though water is available at each site, some require at least 100’ of hose to reach. The campground itself is very remote with very little cell phone signal and virtually no LTE or GPS (making communication and navigation a bit challenging if not prepared ahead). It is a very well maintained and clean campground. The bathhouse is clean and has hot showers with easily adjustable temperatures. Each campsite has a fire ring, a picnic table, and a post for hanging a lantern. The lake views are beautiful all throughout the campground.
This campground is easily accessible and the campground roads are well maintained. The bathhouse is clean and has hot showers. The only downside is that the showers have a pre-set temperature and only stay on for about 30 seconds at a time. Also the doors to the shower are very short allowing anyone to easily see over the top. The campsites are very clean and well maintained. The most beautiful, waterfront sites are non-electric. The electric sites (though not waterfront) are very nice as well. There are several loops in this campground. All are reservable except loop E which is first come, first served. The campground has a nice beach and a trail that connects most of the loops. Wi-fi is not available though LTE signal is strong.