This is a very basic campground, but it's clean and very well maintained. It's about 10 minutes off Rt. 3, all the way on paved roads, which do get pretty narrow as you enter the park. The sites, some of which are reservable, are pretty close together and don't offer much privacy. Some are right next to each other in an open area. Some are set into the woods, but still not very private. The bathrooms are centrally located, and very clean by campground standards. The big plus about this campground is the proximity to the water. You can walk to docks in a couple of places, which means you can bring your kayaks or small boats, or arrive by boat, if you want. When the tide is out the mud is exposed in several areas. There isn't really a beach area. This would be a great campground for a one-night stopover, but the closeness of the sites would make it less desirable for longer stays. If you like to play horseshoes you're in luck. There are two sets of horseshoe pits. Less than half the sites were occupied during a midweek in early May. Summer weekends probably get more crowded.