Area Five campground is a little camping loop tucked away from the main Area three camp site across the lake, there are many lake front camping spots with fire pits and picknic tables at each spot.
There is no paved pads however you can park anywhere on the grass and make it home with a pull behind or rv, or simply set up a tent as you like.
The lake itself was full of birds and a cool view of old landscape that the water has overtaken.
I went a a particular windy weekend and was still able to find a spot with enough trees to act as a wind block.
There is a paper fee station at the entrance which was $16 per night, they also sell daily resident and non resident park passes for an additional fee for each night of stay.
The bad: Restrooms are pretty bad, plywood floors with a drop pit toilet. (Bring your own toilet paper for the restrooms on site didnt have any) spider Webb's and age have taken over.
Other than that, if your looking for a more rustic camping experience with no power on site and lots of nature this isn't a bad primitive camping spot.