The sites in the first loop of this campground are fairly small and not very level. We found a pretty good one but if you have a larger RV, as you’re traveling around the first loop, turn right at the first turn off. This leads to a flat loop with large campsites. The second turn leads to the horse campground. The horse camp has this sign at the entrance-
We aren’t sure what this means ( don’t use it on weekdays but okay on weekends?) but since the campground doesn’t seem to get really busy and people do use the horse camp it makes sense to just camp in the other sections.
All of the sites are shaded with some foliage between them. The sites have tables and fire rings. There are vault toilets but no trash cans or potable water.
The toilets are marked as accessible but we didn’t check them. The tables have extended tops. The ground is hard packed dirt and fairly easy to roll along. This is a Dept. of Natural Resources Site. Campground