Longwood Park is on Buggs Island Lake (John H. Kerr Dam and Reservoir). It is one of four parks operated by Corps of Engineers (COE) and one of many campgrounds, public and private, along the large lake. We opted to stay there because it looked smaller in size, and thus, hopefully, quieter than some of the other larger campgrounds. It met our expectation and suited us quite well. Longwood has three main loops with 66 sites total. They are a mix of electric/water hookups and basic, no hookup sites. Most along the waterfront are basic sites. The campground roads change in elevation. We saw a couple of spots on the road where folks have bottomed out. Some of the sites have a moderate to steep entrance. The sites are generous in size, many are designed to hold a camper, tow vehicle, and a boat/trailer. The beach area was in a cove, clearly marked. I don't think the depth was much over 6 ft. Life jackets are available for use. There is a playground and picnic shelter in the same area. There are no changing rooms, showers, or flush toilets at the swimming area. The campground showers were very clean and had hot water. There were two shower houses for the entire campground. Each loop had a single vault toilet. That was something I failed to recognize when I looked at the map. Oops. Yes, I would stay there again. I do think we'll try North Bend Park the next time though, despite it being much, much larger.