To be very specific: This was a great site for those just passing through, and is right next to the road, (unless you want to hike in across the street and pack stuff in). We were so grateful to find a camping spot! None of the "camps" in the area allowed tent campers, so we were really glad to find this! The lady met us there and was very nice. We got there in the evening and left early. There was not a rest area available (though it seemed to be implied that the old trailer on the land was usable/accessible if the owner is there), there are LOTS of insects (mosquitoes, noseeums, fire ants), so I would suggest bringing some deep woods bug spray. We would definitely stay again while traveling through.
BEAUTIFUL view of the river, campsites right next to the river, small simple campsites, sanded sites were super comfortable for sleeping on, and not crowded. We plan to bring our homeschooling group here for a trip in the future!
To help others prepare/ FYI:
GPS (Google maps in our case) does not take you directly there, you have to be vigilant to find it, we have AT&T and it did NOT pick up there (so we had to drive about 15 min. To get signal and find on internet/call owner), the landowner is absentee and we don't mind that at all- but if you are high maintenance you may have issues with no reception, there is no private designated rest area and signs state that "you are being photographed" (may be a concern for those that are modest), we did have some neighbors come and ask us what we were up to (residential area but you can't see homes from the camping area) they were nice to us and said they were just making sure everything was okay, there is a rooster farm near by and they do crow in the morning.
We will definitely go back and stay this summer, and do recommend it for the low key, low maintenance camper!