Many of the sites in this campground are waterfront. In fact, the lake level is high now so some of the sites are actually in the water! I think retaining walls are going to be built but at the moment 1/3 of the campsites are closed and unavailable. All of the sites have electric hookups and a dump station is located on the east side of Route 187, across from the campground entrance.
This is a pretty campground with great views. Unfortunately none of the sites are accessible. The parking pads are very narrow and the tables can not be accessed. Most of the sites have shelters over the tables which are set on small concrete pads. The shelter posts block any pathway to the table. Several sites, like the one we had, have picnic tables set in large graveled areas. If this was an attempt to make accessible sites, it is a total failure. I could not get out because of the narrow parking pad and if I had it would have been difficult to get past the parking block, over the wood gravel retainer, and across the gravel. It’s a shame because a little concrete could solve all of the problems.