Kimball Point is the second Kerr Lake Stare Park campground we have visited. The other, JC Cooper, is about 10 miles south on the same side of the lake. This pro is smaller than the other and more sand versus red clay. Sites seemed spacious and clean. Stayed in site 52, which had great views but was a tad oddly configured. It was a back-in site, but you couldn’t quite back in far because of trees and roots, so a longer electric line and water hose is a must. It was fine for us. Also the fire ring was a primitive rock structure that worked just fine, but was different than other sites in the park that had the typical fire ring.