There are ten tent sites in this campground, and they are all free! It is first come, first serve so if you are planning on coming in the summer, it might be wise to get there earlier before a weekend to make sure you snag a spot. There are also some sites across the road towards Tibbet Knob for overflow campers. There is currently no running water, so make sure that you bring your own! Vault toilets are available, and they are kept pretty clean. The campsite is directly between two hikes that are pretty popular with dayhikers, and that offer some gorgeous views. Highly recommend!!
You will have to drive to get to some good trails from this campsite. But going in the early spring is interesting as it is frog mating season! This campsite is a minutes walk from the lake, so you will hear a chorus of frogs in the evening. Make sure that you procure a hiking map before you go adventuring as the roads aren't particularly well labeled and it is easy to get confused when trying to find a trailhead. But once you do, beautiful day hikes await!