If you are looking for a nice free campground, this is the place. I should really keep this gem to myself. But, for those who are looking for peace and quiet and back to nature, this is it. So, this site wouldn't let me put in free, so I put in $1, but it costs nothing, nada, zip, zero dollars, just a little respect for nature. It offers nothing in the way of amenities. No water hookups, no electricity, no showers and only vault toilets. There is potable water at the lake which you can use to fill your tanks. They are still developing this area too! This last year they put in some nice fire rings and a few re-rod lantern hangers. There are a ton of really nice sites. The roads are gravel, but they and the sites are level and easy access for campers large and small. Many of the sites are shaded and some do have water access within 20-75 feet of the campsite. It is a conservation area, not a state park. But, it is fabulous for peace and quiet. We actually meet people who understand nature. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.