Over 300 varieties of birds migrate through the area, making it a favorite for birders. The area is known for White Pelicans, Bald Eagles, Golden-winged Warblers, Gulls, and several species of waterfowl. The campground provides open water access to the lake and Little River. The submerged vegetation make this a place that duck hunters like to visit.
This campground has 24 paved sites with electricity and sewer, 1 with no hookups, 1 'buddy' site, and shoreline campsites. Campsites are equipped with picnic tables, grills, fire rings, 30/50 amp electricity, and lantern poles. Cell phone access is available. The campgrounds include a boat ramp, picnic area, bank fishing access, overlook, and an outdoor wedding area. There are day use areas as well as the camping sites.
Half price parking is available to those who hold a Make America Beautiful pass. Peak season is March through October. The walk-in season extends through February. This campground is one of the Corps of Engineers Campgrounds in this area. There are 7 other campgrounds in this district with varying offerings The area is a nature-lover's paradise.
Pets are allowed, however, dogs must be on a leash. Never leave your dog unattended. It is important to always clean up after your dog during your stay and use proper safety with your pet. With so much water in the area, you may be tempted to take your dog with you on a boat. If so, consider using a doggie life vest.