A friend and I stayed in the Dutch Hill campsite for one night (tent only). While perhaps not conducive to staying a long time, we really enjoyed the time we were there. There aren't many trees, and the campsites were not very private; however, the views are amazing and well worth it. We were nestled near the river and located fairly close to the store, swim beach, and marina. Tent pads are provided, which made sleeping much more pleasant as we didn't need to avoid any rocks or bumps in the ground. Picnic tables and a fire pit are provided, although you must purchase your firewood in Hahn's Peak or in the park (as we were only around one night in June, we eschewed a fire and did just fine).
The price was reasonable, at $18 a night (plus a $10 booking fee and $6/day vehicle pass) and cheaper than any other lodging we could find. Staff is friendly and helpful. With the exception of (what looked like) a late-night accident by one of the younger residents of our campsite, bathrooms are remarkably clean and well-maintained. My friend and I went as part of a 3-day road trip and left very satisfied. We recommend this campsite to anyone looking for a relaxing vacation.