All of the sites were pretty well shaded and there are lots to choose from. The shower house is clean and up-to-date. Nice handicap showers. The sites are kept clean. Drawback is no cell signal. And no attendees present on Wednesdays and Thursdays. They are experimenting with a new phone system at the gate house. They need to get the kinks worked out.
This campground cannot be beat. It is absolutely gorgeous. Sites are kept immaculate. Even the shower house is beautifully built. Babbling brooks are everywhere! And nothing makes a campground more than the camp host themselves. Wonderful people. It is deep in the wilderness so do not expect Wi-Fi or cell signal. It's nearly an hour to town come well-stocked!
This is an ACOE so it is inexpensive and clean😊. There's lots of shade, level lots and waterfront sites. Though there is no water access on each site, it's not far from anyone. Tents are permitted on grass, which you will want to do because the pads have a large gravel on them. Sites are not reservable and campground has been crowded the entire time I have been here. Two weeks is the maximum stay. And it is enforced. [$18 per night]. They do accept America the beautiful pass.
the hosts were very nice, the bathrooms and showers were clean. several nice amenities. there is no shading for the sites in reality and very restrictive with the rules and regulation. (all firewood MUST be bought ($7.00/bundle), no tie off points, very muddy site, (had to undig stakes from washed in mud)). for the price paid, one would expect more shading, direct access to lake (had to drive a distance to get to lake) and larger than expected gravel size which tents were to be put on, so bring plenty of padding and protection.