Be smart about what you pack to hike into these campsites, the walk isn't far but you do have to cross a bridge. They have nice hiking trails throughout the park. The parking lot is close enough to the campsites so you don't have to bring everything into the site. Be prepared that you may have to gather firewood on your own, it isn't always provided.
I stayed on the cove of Holly point. These are very nice and quiet sites.
Good options if you would like some privacy while camping. They also have good spots for fishing and small boat launches( canoe's, and kayaks)
Great campground! Sites are close to bathrooms, with nice clean showers. Also swim beaches, and trails. Can buy firewood on site from entrance. Good spot for families with kids of all ages. I like the group sites here, there very large good for many tents
Came here with a group of friends and there families. Great hike,kid friendly. Close enough to parking lot we were able to cook at picnic tables near parking lot. Camped here in the winter, crossing the bridge with all our winter gear was tough but we made it work. Will definitely go back again
We hiked in from the parking lot too one of the canoe in sites on the river. I loved all the trails, mainly the one that goes from the campsite I was on to the river where thereally is natural waterslide. This is a very pretty state Park, OK to hike with children. I brought both of mine but we do a lot of primitive camping. So we are used to different terrain, and no bathrooms.