We visited twice—early August and the end of September. We tented both times. Our grandchildren loved the milking barn (they eat Stonyfield yogurt), the chickens and the trees (they had only camped in fields before). In September, we were the only tenters and were there for 60mph wind storm overnight! Several trees nearby were blown over but were quickly dealt with. Both RVrs were quickly moved to other sites as they were in jeopardy from the falling trees. Our tent survived—probably only because we were in it! We will return next summer as it is close to home, lovely location and close enough to Freeport to go for dinner.
The bathrooms and showers are spotless (cleaned twice daily) and the dish washing station is nice with hot water and sprayers. The compost bucket there was nice for food scraps but was missing in September. Plenty of portApots around. Water spigots every two or three spots at the road. WiFi is non-existent in west bay. We walked down the trail to the water where a kayak launch is indicated—no way would I want to haul one down the rocks and roots and over more rocks to the water!