Recently camped at the Agate Campground, spot 87, which was located at the top of the road towards the beach trail. It was a convenient and mysterious site. Mysterious because our tent was nestled in a sort-of-like hobbit hole nestled in the trees. The proximity of the showers/toilets were within 200ft of the site. The camp host was also in this area, and they sold wood; however, the wood we purchased was way too wet to burn. Showers are $1.00 for 10 minutes, which is plenty of time to clean up. There are flushing toilets with adequate toilet paper, but make sure to bring hand soap…it’s not here. The views are SPECTACULAR, and the overall inhale is worth the trip!
The campsites are well manicured. There are flushing toilets that too are clean, but they are closed during the winter months. Every campsite has a spigot, shaded structure, table, grill and a fire ring. Sometimes there is wood available for a donation. We like going in May when it’s in the 80’s in the day and 50’s in the evening. Haven’t experienced a tremendous amount of bugs, but they are there. Fishing is fun too!! There aren’t any large boats, just boats with trolling motors so you’re able to use a float tube if you want too. If you’re a good angler, you’ll catch a lot of fish!!