We found a great spot on an elevated section by a gravel pit. This area gets crowded but the road leads to a more private clearing with a few trees and a view of a canal. Our little group camped in this spot ( where the two RVs are in the background of the photo) for a few days.
Unfortunately our visit was cut short by a brush fire. With the windy weather and the dry brush we decided being safe was the wisest decision so we left only to return a day later. Since the brush fire was still flaring up we camped in a less desirable spot in the rock pit close to the entrance and far way from any brush. The fire was on the far side of the lake and the RVs in the first photo below were apparently not in any danger because nobody was evacuated.
The ground is hard packed but rocky and rolling around may be difficult in some areas. Boondocking