Little Brevort Lake—North State Forest Campground Professional Review and Guide
"The camp and lake are within a state natural area, and in this case the nature you can see is wildflowers. Head 6 miles west to Cut River Bridge for all sorts of floral species and some good birding as well. The camp is a single loop that ends at the lake- side. A couple of miles of trails, which are shared by hikers and bikers, start at camp. Fishing on the lake is good for pike, crappie, walleye, bass, bluegill, and perch, but no motors are allowed. The sites are partly shaded and moderately spacious, but not all can accommodate the 40-foot vehicles or trailers."