This was such a beautiful place to camp. The site is about a half-mile down a dirt road, surrounded by miles of rhododendron-filled forest. There are lots of deer about, and one came quite close to us, so I suggest keeping your food shut in the car at night.
A short walk further down the road is a small clearing that fronts Yarmouth Creek. We had brought our own kayak, but there was one there for use, as well as a skiff, oars and a couple life-jackets. Rowing along the creek was peaceful and quiet. Most of the time, the only sound that wasn't us was the bullfrogs croaking and the only movement the herons and hawks.
The creek is tidal, and I recommend boating at high-tide, beginning about 1 PM. This is to avoid both the thick roots of wetland trees, and also the deep mud when stepping in and out of your boat.
We stayed for four days and during that time did not see or hear anyone except some folks fishing about a mile downstream. If you're looking for a very private place to put your tent, we highly recommend it.
Robert was an amazing host. We camped by a pond on a beautiful, flat plot of land. There was a fire pit available and all the wood we wanted. Our six year old had a wonderful time catching toads and bugs, collecting animal bones, and just wandering around being a happy kid in nature. I couldn't recommend more.
This site was great. Got two thumbs up from my 5 yo, who said it was like a bamboo castle. There's a large fire circle, logs to sit on, and ground flat enough to pitch a tent comfortably. You do need to watch where you step or put a tent though, because stubs of bamboo remain underfoot.