April 27, 2023 - reviewed by VKSheridan
The Name Days It All….
This is the place for solitude, scenery and splendor if that’s what you like. Has RV dump station, black tank flush water and potable water spigots. No hookups but sites large enough for 40’ Class A with toad. The sites are clean, spread apart and relatively level. There are different sizes of sites built to accommodate most reasonable desires. There are hiking trails that vary in length but all of them eagerly surrender their beauty. Campsite street price is a giveaway at $12 and half that if you have the interagency park pass.
August 29, 2019 - reviewed by Alex
We didn't stay the night as there were only two others and wife got scared....
Word of warning. Do NOT take the road from Kelso as it is a long and windy dirt road. Take the one north from 40. Decent paved road.
Site looked beautiful. Gorgeous mountains and dessert around. Hilly. Secluded. Bathrooms. Water.
May 9, 2019 - reviewed by B A
Lovely park. Only 5 other campers with us for the two days we were there. The quietest park we have ever stayed at
April 6, 2018 - reviewed by Robin Ellis
Great campground we really enjoyed it. Great hiking trails the barber peak trail has spectacular views and the ring loop trail we enjoyed. The pit toilets were clean and did not smell like regular drop and wipe toilets. The winds came up during the night but calmed down during the day. We will be back.
January 7, 2018 - reviewed by Josh
Amazing View Plenty of Space
Amazing View Plenty of Space, the only negative was trying to get our trailer through the drainage as you enter the campground. We had to remove the bike rack off the back off the trailer to make it though. If you don't have a bike rack and don't mind dragging your trailer a little you love it! FYI NOT a show stopper I would go again