This is a very well thought out campground and is a great option for climbers visiting the area. each site has a wooden tent platform (10'x10') to set up on, which is a huge plus since the ground is so uneven throughout. Each site has a picnic table and a parking space as well.
There aren't group sites available, but whoever in our group was organizing managed to get multiple sites next to each other, which was nice.
We ended up doing all of our cooking and eating in the big covered communal porch on the shower house with lights and big kitchen sinks for cleaning up as it was a very rainy weekend. It's handy to be able to cut through from the lower to the upper sites on little foot trails to get to the common areas.
Showers are quarter operated but I was too much of a cheapskate to partake. But the facilities were clean!
This is a cute little campground between the Peekamoose Road and Rondout Creek. It’s actually a set of 4 campgrounds, the lower field, the middle field, the upper field, and the trailer field. All of the sites are walk in except for the trailer field, which I didn’t look at. There are fire pits at each marked site and one port-a-poty at each of the four campgrounds. No cell service whatsoever (Verizon). I did a bit of picking up litter and broken glass while I was there.
Spent one night here and enjoyed it a lot. It was nice to walk in but still be close enough to leave the food in the car rather than hanging the food up. Will be back soon!
This is a simple drive in campground on a lake with a small dock and access for backing a boat trailer into the water. I stayed here after arriving too late to get a campsite on a Saturday evening in the summer to the very popular nearby Mouth of the Two Hearted River Campground that I was hoping to stay at. There's a pump for water and simple pit toilets onsite. The campsites are close together with basically no privacy, but the neighbors were quiet. Great stargazing off the dock and a lovely sunrise over the lake in the morning!
This is a very nice modern campground with great access to amazing hiking and climbing in the area! About half the sites are walk-in and half the sites are drive-up.
Very minor cons: