Camped here in November, my wife and I were just traveling around and camping somewhere new every night and we happened upon this place. The park has two campgrounds. One is for car campers. While the campsites looked well maintained, they were too close to one another and I wouldn't recommend staying there unless you are just looking for a cheap place to sleep. This campsite didn't really offer any nice views, but it was close to hiking trails.
The walk-in campsite at the Catawaba side of the park was really nice. You have to carry all your gear in, and it's about a quarter to half mile trek, but there are wheelbarrows available to help. The sites are a decent distance from each other, but still close enough to hear your neighbors. Fortunately there were only three sites out of twenty in use so it wasn't an issue. These sites have decent views of the lake, and the site we stayed at (#6) was close enough to the lake that we could have fished from our campsite.
Both campgrounds have hot showers and flush toilets available.
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