The dirt road entrance was closed off with a metal gate with no warning or signs on the way in. Cars or a very small motorhome could turn around in the outer parking area, not my little 23' bumper pull. Luckily, the was a narrow dirt drive to back into but, if it hadn't dried out recently, a person could get stuck.
Other than not being able to get in, it seemed to be a nice little campground.
August 4, 2015 - reviewed by Standup Paddle Magazine
Quaint little campground. No reservation needed. First come first served basis. $20 for the night and we had a conversion van. Big spaces for larger rvs. Quiet, wasn't crowded at all maybe 5 people total besides the campground manager. Be sure to have cash or check. No credit cards. Water says dump station but didn't see it as it was close to dusk when we arrived. No electricity but we used our backup generator. Loved it!