On the edge of a picturesque small town of Hope, a very remote camping experience. The bathrooms are well-kept but in the older section where we stayed, campsite 34, you had no flush toilets but composting toilets which means they are waterless. They did not smell as you would expect for composting plumbing. The bathroom building water had a harsh smell of sulfur. The staff said they were having filtration issues. You can hear route 80 faintly in the background.
No trailers over 25 ft.
The staff is very nice and helpful. The weather is about 3 degrees cooler than out of the park. Roads are a bit of a mess for a state park but the fire pits are out of this world, deep and two grates.
Great hiking trails! We were alone in the end of August for a week! Awesome! Best kept secret, Jenny Jump.