Date of Stay: October, 2008
A very private park and gives you the real camping experience. We camped in a 37' motor home and towing a Jeep and we had no trouble making the turn at the dump station. True we did walk through that loop before doing it, but it wasn't an issue really. We swung wide and all that but made it easy. Plenty of spigots around the campground to get water as needed, just not on any campsites. I think you could drive up to one in your RV/camper and fill up without any trouble though. It is easy to get to and the roads aren't too steep or winding. We love it. They are closed for several winter months so be aware of that.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
The only thing I can take off for is the steepness of the approach road and the road to our campground. Both are very to extremely steep. Now we made it up the hills no problem, it is just a little spooky until you do it. Also, we were in a 37' RV towing a Jeep and had no issue making any of the turns. Besides that, the sites were great and the view awesome! Fantastic help from the people working there too. They helped me back into our site and were very friendly and helpful. We'll stay there again for sure.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Don't let the fact that water hookups aren't available scare you away. It is a very NICE state park with large camp sites. Very friendly and helpful hosts. This is a great place! When you exit off the interstate (the campground is maybe 1.5 miles off I-77) follow the signs to the campground. Do not be fooled by the other campground that is there. I think it is named Camp Creek Campground or something like that. Go past it and continue on that road. It becomes the campground road.
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Very nice campground. River front sites are great if you like to sit on giant rocks in the middle of a cold mountain stream. Some roads in the campground are very steep. Main entrance/road not too steep though.