his is one of two National Park Service campgrounds located on the lake. While the camp sites were spread out, some sites did not have much space for tents. The sites on the insides of the loops are best suited for tents. The restrooms/shower houses are relatively new and very nice. There are many trails for hiking and backpacking. The lake has a boat dock and kayak rentals and plenty of places to fish from the boardwalk. The beach is was clean although the water was quite murky. There is a $3 per carload fee for the beach. We drove through Iron Ridge campground on the other side of the lake out of curiosity. Iron Ridge also has newer bathrooms/shower houses, the sites are a little larger and better accommodate campers and tents. The last loop of the campground is non-electric though. Iron Ridge is further from the beach and boat ramp. Either place is a great value at $20 a night.
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