This park is over priced for what you get. They charge a daily fee of $7 in addition to the camping fee which is already high considering what you get. The road in the campground is narrow and is dirt. Our site was short. We barely were able to get our 30ft camper in the spot. Had to park the truck next to the camper which was no small feat as the site is sort of narrow. The sites are dirt. Not gravel. Dirt. There is water at the back of the site. Looks like it services both sides.
Turned on the air and when the water heater came on the voltage dipped down before our autofomer corrected it. I imagine if you don't have an autofomer that ensures the correct voltage comes into your rig, that you'd have trouble with your regulator tripping out or your equipment running on low voltage which isn't good for your electronics. Definitely not staying here again.
One last thing. Be careful if you're coming from the south. Google routed us over a dirt road to get here.
January 31, 2018 - reviewed by TomC
The campground is clean with average sized sites. Sites have lots of undergrowth and so are fairly private. I don't recall the restrooms.
The campground is big enough that you might have to wait in line for the dump station on a Sunday morning.
Hiking down to Hidden Falls is well worth the effort, especially in spring or after a rain storm.