Rollins Pond Campground was beautiful. This turned out to be a great location for hiking both flat and mountainous regions. Plenty of fishing spots and a good starting point to various day trips.
As previously mentioned, you enter the park thru Fishing Creek Campground. They drive is approximately 2 miles back but its a beautiful drive. The lower numbered sites do have a decline into towards the pond but level out to camp. We had a pop up camper which worked fine but larger RV's would have had some issues.
The bathrooms were old but cleaned daily. The shower houses which also contained restrooms were newer and quit nice. Free, hot showers with plenty of water pressure. Note: bathrooms do not contain hand soap.
We went in early June and it was quite empty and quiet. No boat or kayak rentals in park. Firewood for sale in park $9 per bundle. Outsife park $5 was the going rate. The little campground store just outside the park entrance was friendly, conveniate, and a good place to pick up odds and ends.
The campground did make us sign bear paperwork upon entering although I believe that was more for protection of the park then any real concerns. Either way we stored food inside the vehicle at all times.
I enjoyed this area so much i cant wait to go back.More