We stayed in a tent at this campground, right across from one of the outhouses, which was pretty busy throughout the day and at night. In the morning the floor of the outhouse was completely wet which was a little unsettling. This is no fault of the campground, as it can't be maintained 24/7. We knew ahead of time that it was a primitive campground with no showers, so that was no problem. There are many camping spots to choose from that are large enough for a few tents and a vehicle and quite a few picnic areas and trails along the lake. I would stay here again.
While we didn't stay here...we would have. Someone told us that the hike around the campground/along the lake was good...so we went being it was a rainy/cold day. We really did enjoy the solitude and nature/wildlife on the hike. Deer and eagles were to be found. The setup was nice - you could get some distance from your neighbors. Also, the outhouse I used was clean.
We drove our motor home 1200 miles to camp at a place I found on the internet..Woodenfrog Campground. Spent 3 very peaceful days there...doing nothing but enjoying the quiet, the clean air, the deer who visited our campsite twice a day, and the wonderful lake. Sites provided abundant firewood, space, privacy and solitude. I would return in a heartbeat.
Tent camping was peaceful, beautiful and worth the drive. Fishing was great, but caution when tying up boat to shore. Wind shifts fast and drastically so boat was really flooded after a quick lunch. BEAUTIFUL area and great Info center. Nice sites, quiet campground when we were there.
A lovely campground that's right on the lake. Each site is very private and feels like you are alone even when others are present. Vault toilets only and no other facilities such as showers or water. Still worth it nonetheless.