Drop some Guilford Lake Campground knowledge on us.
We are currently camping at Guilford SP. We are lakeside and have a campsite overlooking the water with a dock. Check-in was easy and water fill was convenient. Bathrooms are very well kept and clean but water pressure in the shower is low. Unfortunately, the sites are VERY close together and the paved portion is short. We are sitting at our campsite having to listen to a very loud radio 3 sites away. I know there are no rules for courtesy, but because the sites are close and there is no screening between sites, we are at the mercy of our neighbors. A few sites the other direction are 2 very large, loud dogs. I don't know which is worse - loud music or barking. We won't return to this park.
I have camped here twice. In summer and in fall. It is a very nice campground and lake. Well maintained with clean restrooms and shower house. There is a short hiking path directly across from the campground that is nice. There is also playground equipment. If you get a spot on the lake side, there are docks in front of the sites where you can fish or just enjoy sitting by the lake. Registered boats are permitted on the water. It is not what I would call secluded as local residents homes can be seen across the lake as well as the sounds heard, but it is not bad. It has electricity, picnic tables and fire rings at each site with water spigots nearby. There is a camp host on site. I like the place and will camp there again in the future.