Love this campground! It’s right on the lake and there is super easy access to laugh a kayak or SUP. The sites are a good size and most have bushes providing a little privacy between you and your neighbors. There are only 13 sites and it’s first come first serve so getting a spot can be tough. There is a bathroom no shower and bear boxes at each site. It does get cold at night and can get windy as well.
The sites are varied here. You have tent sites and RV sites and all are spacious. I didn’t feel like I was on top of my neighbors at any point. Each site did have a fire pit and picnic table though not all sites had near boxes. Mine did not so I kept all my stuff locked away in my car.
Lots of good options for hammock hanging.
There are sites closer to the shoreline and others that are a bit more of a walking distance. Some are reserved sites but they also had some first come first serve. I drove up on a Friday afternoon and was able to find a great FF spot.
When I went the water level was low as they drain Trinity Lake into Whsikey Town but it was still pretty. Plenty of kayakers, paddle boarders, and jet skiers on the lake. Not overly crowded though.
Stayed here for two nights in May. What I loved was being able to drive up literally set up camp right at the lakeside. Fellow campers were really nice, and I had no issues. I packed everything in and packed everything out, so I didn’t use any of the facilities, including the restrooms. Just a note, it can get super windy out there so make sure you have guy lines to tie stuff down. There are plenty of big rocks that help too.