We hiked from lot 3 to campsite 14 for a total of 3 miles (give or take). The path was pretty easy which was great for us given that we were carrying a lot of winter gear. The campsite was beautiful and isolated, we were the only ones on that side of the peninsula. Site 15 which was our neighboring camp was empty. Since both campsites are along the lake shore, it appeared that in warmer months, you have the option to kayak to your site. The only downside to this campsite was the toilet. It faces the trailhead which leaves you quite exposed during the colder months when there are no leaves or foliage to cover your business. Secondly, they don't have signs warning you of ticks but even in 20 degree weather they were there. Our dog had 3 but since she is on tick meds they died as soon a they tried to latch onto her. I imagine that this is worst in the warmer months so TREAT your gear with insect repellent like Sawyer before camping. All in all, I highly recommend this park!