The campground is along the shore of the North Fork River and Dry Run Creek. The river feeds into the Norfolk Lake spanning 22,000-acres just north of the dam. If fishing is not your pleasure, you may decide to kayak, scuba dive, hike, or simply relish the natural beauty of the area. The campground has a playground and there is swimming. A boat ramp and marina are also nearby.
The campground has 71 sites. Sixty-eight of the sites have electricity. There is one group site with electricity and two shelter group sites. Up to 10 people may stay at a group site. Some sites are on the banks of the Dry Run Creek. Amenities include picnic tables and a dump station. The campground is covered with a variety of trees offering shade in the summer, colors in the autumn, and the buds of spring.
There also is a marina, and the fishing dock and restrooms are accessible. This campground does not allow off-road vehicles, firearms, or livestock. There are nearby public lands where outdoor sports, such as hunting, are possible.
This campground is thankfully pet-friendly. It is always wise to keep your dog on a leash when outside on a campground. Always promptly clean up after your dog and properly dispose of their waste. Never leave your pet unattended or tethered outside. Be aware of other visiting dogs in the area and keep your pooch under your supervision to ensure your stay is pleasant.