June 9, 2019 - reviewed by RFB
The campground is in two parts. The part close to the lake, lake view campground is used by fisherfolk and includes locals on weekends. The upper part, called Elk Flat is not used by boaters and is a better option for an overnight stop. Both sites have clean decent facilities. The website states 20' max, but we had no problem in our 25' (total length) TT. A few sites could take something even bigger, but getting in could be a challenge.
June 4, 2019 - reviewed by Myrl F
Very Private Campsites
We stayed at the closer and lower Elk Flats campground. Very tight quarters, tough to back into, but once you are in you cannot see your neighbors. Only about 18 sites, most appear to be 20+ ft. We had a connected trailer and jeep, overall length 35 ft, it all fit without disconnecting. Flush toilets, hot showers, nice hiking trails. Ranger says it is packed most days of the week. Absolutely, no cell signals.
The upper campground, Cave Lake, is crowded, has no privacy. It has 2 launch ramps and lots of day use sites along the lake. The campsites are above the lake. There are 5 walking trails around the lake, not mountain bike trails, but seriously steep in places hiking trails. Again flush toilets and hot showers. In winter 3000 people attend an ice fishing contest!
Heck yes, we would stay again.
May 27, 2017 - reviewed by 2oldies
October 8, 2016 - reviewed by Rich
Stayed here for opening hunt season. No problem catching our limit in trout. Staff is great and place is clean