This was a great spot for a family camping trip. It's not very far from town(maybe 10-15 minute drive), but there's no one else anywhere nearby. The property is large enough that you never run into anyone or bother anyone with noise. Incredible for watching stars and low-level hiking. The ground does have a lot of rocks and pokey growth, so you'll want to use a tent footprint if you have one. The picnic table has a canopy set up above, which was great for setting up a lamp. There were also a lot of helpful things in a container on the site- small shovels, wipes, double doodie bags, portable toilet, 2 collapsible chairs, a few lighters, and fire starters. There were also 2 1/2 wooden chairs around the sizable fire pit. Overall it was a pretty well-equipped site. I'm not sure how much will always be there, but it was a pleasant surprise. We didn't explore hiking outside of the property but did trek around the land a bit. We would definitely come back!
We had a wonderful time here. We were at site 3, which was pretty deep into the woods. Although I know there were a few more occupied sites here, we never heard anyone (music included) or ran into any other sites. It really feels remote and serene out there. Jed provided tons of wood for fires. The fresh spring water was delicious. The swimming hole by the waterfall was beautiful and brisk (late August). I have zero complaints. To top it off, Jed gave us TONS of freshly picked produce before we left. We'll absolutely be returning.