Date of Stay: October, 2011
Stayed a couple of nights here, since we live close. Rate used was Camp Club USA discount and got the site for $27.50 per night. They do have a dump station and have had it for awhile. There were a couple of long-term campers in the area we wanted to stay, but we found a nice site. I wouldn't stay here in the summer since most of the sites are close together. Only one loop has some roomier sites. Got a 2-for-1 buffet coupon for the nearby casino. Overall, the staff were very nice and easy going. No pressure about checkout time but it was off-season. We'll stay here again, but only in the spring or fall. They have made some improvements, but they need to get cable TV and Wi-Fi in. I couldn't get any TV stations with the antenna. Permanent showers would be nice too.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
We stayed 3 nights, had a wonderful site, totally enjoyed our stay and the staff. The cable TV was as others have said, just a few stations but there was enough for us. The staff was excellent and we thought the campground offered a great variety of campsites that weren't all crammed in together. It's located on a fascinating piece of land with the quarry and lots of odd limestone formations. It's not a resort but more of a campground, which we prefer, since we mainly camp at state parks.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
This seemed a very dark and wooded campground, and not for larger rigs. We have a 23' HTT and it was difficult getting around the loops. But you can't beat camping in the middle of a grove of redwoods. You expect to see elves or leprechauns to pop out. Has newer bathroom facilities than most state park campgrounds. Luckily got one of the largest sites, it was not very level, but was a great location.