The campsite is abandoned, but judging from the various graffiti and motorcycles, it can be deduced that at one time, it was a smuggler camp. Several swampfolk can be spotted nearby or around the campsite itself, sometimes even dancing. Located to the north is the ritual site.
When the swampfolk dance, seen only at the campsite and nowhere else in Point Lookout, they engage in what one might call a "hoedown," or a country-western style dance consisting of bringing one foot up and down numerous times, clapping their hands or with hands at the sides almost like the chicken dance. Sometimes the trackers and bruisers spin around, and even jump in the air, clicking their heels together in mid-air. It should still be noted however that upon detection, they will either go on defense, patrol the area, or simply attack the Lone Wanderer.
When fast traveling to this location, the Lone Wanderer will spawn right at the campfire, possibly disrupting some dancing swampfolk, causing them to immediately attack.