This is a non-motorized water vehicle campground. You have to paddle in to camp here. There are two sides to the campground, separated by a marshy area. We camped in a couple of sites at Prevost Harbor(we were a large group of 12) after hauling our kayaks up into the grass in expectation of a high tide. The vault toilet was clean and there was a composting area close to that. The campsites were large; we were able to fit 8 tents in two sites, and took over a third site for cooking and eating. You need to store your food bins well due to aggressive racoons(we wedged ours under the picnic table benches). There are some nice hiking trails, as long as you don’t mind a steep start, that take you up top to the ridge. Great views from up here.