Although it's very secluded, Stratton Pond is described as one of the most heavily used areas on the Long Trail. I would not have guessed this at all. I was the only one in the tenting area. There were some hikers staying at the nice, big shelter about a mile to the southeast, but I never saw them after I passed the shelter on the way in. I managed to take a quick dip in the pond before dinner, then got up to see the sunrise over Stratton Mountain and the pond (see photo).
Here's a photo of me making breakfast at my campsite.