A friend and I stayed here one night while exploring the Upper Peninsula. There are only a few actual campsites and part of the area was inaccessible because of a huge puddle that blocked the road. There were some picnic tables and fire pits but other than that it was all natural beauty. Only one other campsite was taken when we arrived. A beautiful lake! Best part: free!
Some friends and I camped here in early October. It got a bit chilly at night, two layers, smartwool socks, a Carhart beanie, sleeping pad plus a medium temp sleeping bag kept me semi warm in our tent. The hikes we went on were beautiful and the restrooms were clean and close to our site. Because it was a last minute reservation we ended up in the RV section of the campsite so it was a little nosier than neccessary. We saw the park ranger ride through about every half hour to hour during our weekend stay. I would defintely stay there again!