The park is open but the campground is closed. Not sure why, nobody around to ask.
June 2, 2019 - reviewed by Jacquelyn
Beautiful park with lots of spaces. Came here cause pinnacles was full, we were one of maybe 5 here. Laundry, showers, & bathrooms. Be prepared for mosquitos though. $45 full hookup, $40 water & electric, ($30 dry I think) $10 additional fee for credit cards
Would stay again
November 5, 2017 - reviewed by Kathy
This is a large Shady Park like Campground. There were a few tent areas, but mostly nice large even sites where you could back up or pull into , which was convenient. I know I saw some tent people using regular sites which I don't think they should have been doing unless they paid for them. Maybe they needed to hook up to Water and Electric too, but never saw this before. It's a mostly quiet place to spend the night, but not much else there to do. You have to pay extra for a dog, but it was just a few dollars. They are on the honor System where you are paying like you do in the national park at a box with envelopes, but they will not accept checks. They also have a dump station where you can dump for free if you stayed there. We would definitely come back again.
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
An Unexpected Gem
This is a large pleasant park with level sites, some shaded. Walking distance to a small shopping center. The park is home to a wonderful agricultural equipment and heritage museum. The museum makes it worth a stop all by itself