This is the place for you if you want to enjoy a peaceful campsite with good fishing nearby. Our site, #9, was right on the lake. Sites are well spaced and private with plenty of foliage in between. The location feels isolated, but close by are many restaurants and shops. We attended a couple of flea markets the weekend we were there. If you have children, there's not much for them to do (as in the "resort" type campgrounds). We have reserved a weekend in September and look forward to returning here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We tent camped here for years, but have returned in our motorhome. Not too many sties for big rigs, but this place is just beautiful. If you like a primitive, lake front site, this is the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camped at Folly Point which is a peninsula on Bantam Lake. Very attractive area with lots of nature and biking trails plus great fishing. Campground sites have no hookups and has pit toilets that were adequate and clean, as was the entire camping area. There is a camp store nearby but it's only open on weekends early in the season. Camp road is rather rough and very narrow, so I would hesitate to bring a large rig here. (Ours was a small 16 ft trailer). We would camp here again (hopefully next time will be warmer and less windy). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a primitive campground with no hookups available. If you enjoy lake activities and just relaxing, this may be the place for you. The bathrooms are pit toilets only but are kept relatively clean. The grounds need to be kept better with more frequent grass mowing and tree and brush trimming done on a regular basis. A lot of the sites are starting to get over grown to the point it can be difficult to back trailers in. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.