Winhall Brook Campground is another in a growing list of great Army Corp of Engineers campground at which we've camped. The campground is divided by the Winhall River and is designated North Campground and South Campground (photos below are of the South Campground).
While not often the case, the dry camping spots in the South Campground at Winhall Brook are significantly better laid out than the small electric/water loop. If you can camp for a few days without power and water, you may consider some of the sites along the Winhall River.
One of the things I often look for is easy access to biking both for scenic exercise and as a way to retrieve groceries. Winhall Brook is close to several small towns which are an easy bike ride away via the nearby roadways. There's also the West River Trail which runs directly out of the north campground and goes 16 miles along the West River into South Londonderry, Jamaica and Townshend.
As with every ACOE campground, the grounds are well-maintained, the bathhouses clean, in this case, a bit dated, and staff friendly and helpful.