If you are a backwoods camper this may be a place for you. The trees and wildlife are beautiful but the campsites are small and difficult to access. The entrances are winding and not well marked. There is no cell reception. Do not attempt this with a large camper or motor home. There had been a rainstorm the day before we arrived and a tree had fallen on the electrical line. They expected it would be days before electricity would be restored. The restroom/shower was dirty and smelly.
July 9, 2020 - reviewed by Molly
This campground is tight on space - they are possibly 7-8 sites that can accommodate a travel trailer. It is located in a beautiful forest - saw many deer and raccoon. Nice hiking and mountain biking. Bathroom was being renovated and farther one looked straight out of a college dorm. People we so friendly!! North entrance is a paved road / south entrance is a gravel windy road into the park. No cell service at all (Verizon and ATT) no WiFi.
April 24, 2019 - reviewed by Dale & Vicki
Don’t Try If Large Rig
Beautiful park. Very remote, roads getting there are terrifying for anything over 24’. Low branches and very narrow roads. State park ranger Steve Roberts was awesome, very helpful getting us out of there, we were in 31’ class C.