Like other reviews mention, the pot holes entering the campgrounds are bad. But that’s by far not the worst part about it. For starters, there are people “camping” who clearly live there. I’m talkin’ backwoods hoarder hang out, party of five. Pretty sure one of the neighbors we met was on meth but that’s a bit presumptuous, i know...but if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck...
Anywho! The campgrounds are clearly not maintained by the amount of trash left behind from previous (and current) campers. Full on broken tents, shoes, food, you name it and it’s there...and it’s gross. On top of the trash, the amount of deer flies in that place was absolutely unbearable. Even after slathering myself in bug repellant, the guys out there were seriously ruthless - swarming and biting constantly. And the lake down at the end of the road that we were so looking forward to visiting was so populated with them that we could barely even roll our windows down to take a picture much less get OUT of the truck to actually enjoy the scenery.
The thought of staying one more night legit made my skin crawl so we packed up just before sunset on our second night there and headed back home. We were supposed to stay the entire weekend but filthy campgrounds, crazy neighbors and even crazier deer flies are not our favs so...nope!
0 out of 10 would not recommend, even despite it being free. Just don’t.