Tillie’s lone site is a basic site on a low maintenance route and is more of a stopgap option than a destination. If you needed a place to stay for the night, and didn’t want to push on to nearby North Raven (which has four sites, all of which looked better than this one), it would do. Otherwise, I wouldn’t make this one a multi-day destination.
Tent Sites: One thing I liked about Tillie was the way the tent pads are laid out. They’ve been cut out of the forest so that there are little clearings every few steps down the path where you can pitch your tent. For the most part, the two pads I saw had smaller footprints (they’re also not far from the thunderbox).
Views: This picture is cheating. It’s the view from the end of the portage to Maple Creek, not the campsite, but it gives you an idea of what you’re looking at on Tillie. The site itself is in the middle of a dense shoreline. There’s a good window cut out to the lake, but thick trees on either side of that window hem in the view a bit.