We planned on doing the Black River as a quick day trip but loved the area so we camped for one night. The sites are all large and we picked a vacant one that seemed great. Unfortunately the soil was very rocky just underneath the grass so pounding in stakes was very difficult. That said, the camp host was kind and the bathroom was good enough. No showers. Beautiful location. In early September we had no issues with bugs. I would definitely return. Fee is paid with an envelope at the entrance so bring exact dollars.
August 20, 2017 - reviewed by Kyla
If you can grab one, the spots along the lake have great views of the sunsets. Super quiet, rustic (pit toilets, no showers). Close to lots of waterfall hikes and a beach down by the boat ramp access just a short hike down the hill. Sites are big enough to fit a larger camper or rv into. Bring bug spray, as most sites are wooded.