If you're tired of state campgrounds with neighbors on your elbows running their generators, then this place is next to perfect.
We stayed for 8 nights so we really had a chance to settle in and enjoy. My wife and I slept in the lean-to and my girls set a tent off to the side.
It's not remote, but it is very private. The traffic you hear is kind of a moderate droning sound in the distance.
If you're staying for a night or two, Sheil's got you covered with dishes, pots & pans, water, coffee pot, a lantern, or whatever. Because we were there for so long (and because I'm a little "extra"), I'm glad I brought some of our own gear—I wish I had brought our enamel camping dishes.
Bob is a true artisan and his talent shows in the construction of the lean-to. The thing is amazing! Be warned, however—I'm 5'8" and managed to bump my head at least 3 times on one of the overhangs. I cannot explain why I didn't learn after the first time. ;)
Also to Bob's credit is the 1.4 miles of MTB single track that runs through the property. It has 3 nicely done berms and just over 100' of elevation...and I had it all to myself! ..a lot of fun.
Sheila is the perfect concierge with seemingly endless suggestions—and what's cool is that she's earned the right to talk about all of them. She's done the paddles, the climbs, and experienced whichever restaurant. She's good!
Sheila and Bob were fantastic hosts. They were very respectful of our space but perceptive enough to always be available when we needed guidance on the day's events or where to buy ice.
Their property is really cool and I’m certain that whichever one of their venues you chose to sleep in you’d have a great time.