There are 44 campsites located near the tip of the peninsula between Lake Norman and Hicks Creek. These sites are open to a maximum of 6 people per campsite.
The campground has a bathhouse with toilets and hot showers available. There are three potable water spigots for campers to use. A dump station is also provided (non-campers can pay a $35 fee to use it).
All campsites have a picnic table, and a fire ring with grill cover.
Sites 1 to 32 are paved, with a tent pad measuring 15 feet by 12 feet. These sites do not have water, electric, or sewer hookups.
Sites 34 to 44 are paved, and each has a picnic pad. These sites have hookups for electric (30- and 50-amp service available), water, and sewer.
Sites 31 (no hookups) and 39 (with hookups) are accessible for people with limited mobility or disabilities. Please do not reserve an accessible site if no one in your group needs it, unless it is the only site left available when you are making your reservation.
Six cabins are also located at the campground.
Each cabin can accommodate up to six people; one bedroom has a double bed and the other room sleeps four with two sets of twin-sized bunk beds.
Campers must bring their own pillows and sleeping bags or linens, as these are not provided. The cabins have electric outlets and a heating and air-conditioning unit. There are no restrooms inside the cabin, and campers must use the nearby bathhouse and water spigots. A picnic table, fire ring, and a lantern hook are provided at each cabin.
Cabin 1 is accessible for people with limited mobility or disabilities. Please do not reserve an accessible site if no one in your group needs it, unless it is the only site left available when you are making your reservation.
Smoking, cooking, and open flames are not permitted inside any of the cabins. Pets are not allowed in the cabins, with the exception of service animals. Each cabin has parking space for two vehicles only.