Stubble field has always been a nice fall/early spring campground for my family of 3. The heavy thicket forest inhibits breeze so the area can become very muggy and humid in the summer as could be expected. The campground is very well developed with identifiable tent pads, but usually quiet and not too busy. There is a self pay drop box at the entrance so, be sure to bring cash or checks. There is no camp store or office to purchase firewood so you want to pack it in with you. Be sure to check burn ban for Walker County before visiting. It was a little cool on Nov. 15th when we stayed and couldn't build a campfire. I usually cook over the fire but, luckily I brought the camp stove this trip as well. The water spigot at the sites were not working and honestly they have never really worked on my visits here but, I carry water as well so no biggie. There are two bathroom facilities on site and they are usable. Overall great little getaway spot. Just come prepared and oh yeah, bring bug spray.