Camp ground is very primitive and quiet. We didn't see a soul all weekend. I take that back we did see and talk to the game warden. Which was good, tells us someone is keeping an eye on the camp grounds. NO WATER! So better bring your own. It did rain and we found a creek while we where out riding. We stayed at Mud Cut Horse Camp. Camp has BIG pine trees for picketing and could easily hold about 5-10 horse trailers, (if parked right). I gave the campground 3 stars because it was primitive and there wasn't water. But over all, we will be going back.