We camped here over the weekend. The campground is not very big, but the sites have electricity, water, a fire pit, a lantern pole, picnic bench, and a bearbox. Some of the sites are not very private or have much shade. Number 1 to 9 seem to be the best spots. Some of the campsites have also access to a little pond, which might not be pleasant during mosquito season. The bathhouse was kinda old and not very well maintained. They took out the trash but that was about it. There is just one for the entire campground. They also don't have any firewood to buy, but you are allowed to collect dead wood you find on the ground. Cutting wood is prohibited! The area has super nice hiking trails and easy to reach overlooks. If you are interested in history, there is a neat little mining community just minutes from the campground. It is also a short drive to Yahoo falls. In our opinion, we like Bandy Creek on the Tennessee side better, but it was still a fantastic weekend.