We had campsites TS1 & TS2 across the water. A few of us kayaked to our site while others hiked 3miles to our site. It was very quiet and we could barely see our neighbors. Our site was surrounded by trees, plenty of options for hammocking/pitching a tent. It does include a fire pit with a grill grate option. This was our 2nd time here and we will def continue camping here.
Last minute decision to camp overnight. This place only had a couple spots left and they were in the back of the park. We drove past some cute cabins and RVs to our site. Fire pit included as well as water and bathrooms. Spaces weren’t too close to the other sites. Spent $40 for one night.
We kayaked in our inflatables a short way across the lake to our primitive camping site which included nearby firewood that we could collect and use in a provided firepit area and used the large tree trunks as seating. The site overlooked the water and had a good amount of privacy/space from the other campers. You could also access these sites by hiking if you chose. We only paid $12 for a one night stay at the campsite.