Brian Laux wrote on July 7,2016
…I remember the campsites at the Eagle Loop pretty well, and I thought it might be helpful for me to summarize my recollections:
# 60 (where Eric & I stayed in 2015) plenty big, not waterfront but that’s nearby, and the closest to the bathroom
# 61, 62, & 63: the “premium” sites of all, on their own short driveway, right on the water, beautiful
# 64, 66, 70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78: all on the water, but if I recall correctly with variable degrees of ease of access (i.e., for some the water is only slightly below ground level so you can walk in, others there is a short rocky cliff keeping you from easily going for a swim)
#68: You would think it’s waterfront, but it’s not since a small but steep hill blocks your access. Also the smallest of the campsites. In my opinion the least desirable of all the Eagle Loop sites that are available to us. At least you are not charged for waterfront.
#57, 59, 65, 67, 69, 71, 73: the ones on the “dry side” (South side) of the road. In general roomier and flatter than the waterfront ones, but not on the water, but also cheaper.
Perhaps those that actually stayed in some of the above sites can add their two cents.