This campground caters mainly to off roaders (atv/utv)on the weekends but is still a very well kept campground with clean showers and bathrooms. It is located on the Pig Trail scenic by way and therefore the road is very steep with switch backs but that doesn't stop people with large 5th wheels from staying here including us. Lots of nice trees for shade.
April 11, 2017 - reviewed by Homer
This park was quiet after all 4 wheelers and sidebysides shut down. It's a huge place.
Big enough for a woodstock festival. Haha. No sites are level be prepared to get creative. Nice place.
June 10, 2016 - reviewed by Kicknbull
This campground RV park is clean. The bathrooms are locked with a code and exceptionally clean. I would recommend this facility if you have a large group family reunion. The prices are decent the hook ups are great. The sites are rough gravel and not much of it. Not very level so bring blocks. The weekend then I stayed must have been a four wheeling group weekend. If you're looking for seclusion and no one to speak to this is the place. The people there camping we're not very friendly if you did not have a $27,000 Polaris four wheeler. At the campground there is nothing to do but hang around. There are two fishing ponds on the premises catching release and where fun for the kids. There is rafting hiking and of course four wheeling trails. Be sure to bring firewood and charcoal. Each site has a charcoal grill and a fire pit which were very clean. Overall the drive there pulling the mountains we're fairly difficult but easily accomplished. Just my two cents.