The tent camp sites on the island were aptly distanced from one another. The other campers seemed to have an unspoken sense of support. Multiple people offered ice, and even campground host offered to air up air mattresses.
There was plenty of driftwood on site to burn, but if you're going to cook all your meals, I'd bring charcoal or your own wood. Note: they have wood restrictions - heed those.
There was some noise at night from the boats, but nothing unmanageable or what I would consider a nuisance.
The island tent area is a park and walk and the campground has 2 carts for people to use.
The views from the island are unfathomably beautiful.