We spend 2 days in site 14. Very large sites and great neighbors. Water taps were very conveniently located. We came to see the stars and what a show we saw. If you like to dry camp this is a good Campground
April 30, 2017 - reviewed by Sherry
Have been camping here for almost 20 years. It is a very beautiful area to camp and hike. Most sites have plenty of distance between them and that offers a bit of privacy. Couple of the sights are more open, especially one of the corner sites. I have seen people camp with a one person tent and the largest of the motor coaches and everything In between. There are no hook ups in the sites for campers but there is a dump station. I'm not positive on the cost so I won't guess. (I'm a tent camper)
There are three water spigots available and three vault toilets that are maintained pretty well. Raccoons seem to be around the inner sites more then the outer ones for some reason. They aren't to much of a problem. I have never seen a black bear up there but have heard one in the dumpster. They are not overly common but each camper should camp clean and tidy as if they are a common visitor to the area. I think the price is $12 a night and there are reservable sites.