There are 75 campsites in this park. 7 of those sites are right on the water edge (but there is a cliff down to the water). The remaining sites are on 3 loops with two restrooms (with showers). There is a pool and bathhouse; playground structures and athletic field; there are picnic tables and grill stands for those who wish to relax just east of the campgrounds.
South of the camping area entrance is a small marina with manual and electric docks. Marina access is independent of the camping area and is not included in the price of admission.
Fishing is allowed and encouraged on the west side of the campgrounds, down the cliff area and south of the campgrounds by the marina.
A favorite pastime of the campers is to stand on the rocky shore and watch the big ships navigate the St. Lawrence waterway.
There were no formal activities planned by the park hosts but there was plenty of scenery to see and places to hike and fires to make and marshmallows to roast, that no one got very bored.
(It does get a bit chilly there along the river at night even during warm summer days and the mornings were invariably damp.)
Campsites run from $22 to $35 per nite depending on site size and location (some sites are better suited for tents and others better suited for trailers). You need to call the phone number below to make reservations months ahead (or be prepared to be in an overflow area).
The camp grounds are open all year round if you have the right equipment to stay warm and dry. Ice fishing is popular during the winter and birding is popular during the early spring and late fall.