The campground was built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and still retains the character of that era:
The Concession Stand at the Beach
The Shelter in the Group Camp
Kitchen Shelter No. 3
The age of the campground makes it difficult to maneuver large RVs, so a special loop was built:
Southside sites are wooded and shady...
... but Northside sites get full sun.
The original tent sites retain their wooded, shady character:
There are also many good double sites.
The new Stars of the campground, however, are the five Hollywood-style glamping sites (the Pampered Wilderness), complete with furnished canvas cabins, barbeques, mini fridges, microwaves, wine glasses, gourmet coffee, and mood candles.