July 20, 2017 - reviewed by Laurie
This park only has 7 first come sights, the rest are reservable. When we were here it was totally full. Luckily they were offering overflow camping with maybe four spots to pitch tents or you can just sleep in your vehicle. These are still full price. There are flush toilets in the main camping area which is an easy walk away and one of the buildings even has showers. You are 5 minutes from town and right at a major hiking/mountain biking area.
June 27, 2017 - reviewed by Amber
We came at the end of June with no reservation. We got the last available spot. Camp host is so helpful, provides services right away (like wood, which you must pay for) when taking payment. She gave us maps for hiking trails and recommendations. Lots of families so it's quite a quiet site. Lots of trees. There was a grizzly and family of black bears spotted near the area while we were there but no problems. Lots of mountain bike trails close to the campground. Not a bad place to stay for a paid site.