To get to this campground, you have to travel a long dirt road to get to it. Along the way, I saw lots of turtles in the swampy areas. First impressions of the campground were not that great, but it was all right… for one night. The sites are close together with hardly any trees except around the perimeter. For an RV camper, there are concrete pads and pull-through sites. There are also full hookups. Since we were there during the middle of the week, I guess it seemed kind of dead, but according to their schedule, they do have a lot of activities going on. There is a boat launch, and plenty of areas for good fishing, which seems to be the main activity. However, there is a trail that leads to a beach, and there are docks for fishing. The recreation shelter has a pool table, and there are chairs for campers to get together and socialize. It seems to be a nice, family oriented campground. The campground is remote, so you don’t hear the sounds of traffic at night, and it is in a swampy area, so you get the usual sounds of nature(which I love). This campground does not have a lot of the amenities that larger campgrounds have, but it has everything you need if you like fishing and solitude.