We camped there for 3 nights in August 2020. Some sites are well suited for RVs. We liked it exception for the California fire 2020. We will not hesitate to go back.
June 19, 2019 - reviewed by CYoung
The setting here is beautiful. If you have a trailer or 5th wheel longer than 32 ft, this campground can be very difficult.
Pros: Wooded sites, plenty of room between sites to give some privacy. Lake access in campground. We used the in-campground water spigots to fill drinking water jugs, and the water was delicious. Spaces paved but not very level
Cons: No dump station in the entire national forest area, and no place to fill fresh water holding tank; we made arrangements ahead of time with private campground in Weaverville for filling (free) coming in and dumping ($15) going out. Restrooms did not seem to be cleaned daily - maybe every 3 days.