Explorer | 30 pts
The campsite themselves are pretty well worn. If you're looking for the 'backpacking experience,' this ain't it. It is comfy, though, with its sugar sand and pygmy pitch pine needles. When you hike, you'll also find acres of blueberries. Delicious. The trails are pretty well marked, for the most part. We got misdirected once or twice. During warmer weather, wear gaiters, with Permethrin if you got 'em. Last time was an impromptu overnighter and I had chigger bites for days. Also, the sand is tough to walk through. You'll use muscles you forgot you had.
The apartment building I live in has more elevation that Wharton State Forest, so...
I didn't give it a higher rating for the rough use of the campsites, and because a good deal of the park is multi-use for 4X4's, ATV's, horses, and mountain bikes.