This is a nice remote campground. It is owned and operated by a very nice, older couple. Most of the camp maintenance was done by the seasonal campers. Camp facilities are good and clean, just missing some TLC, (paint, appearance qualities). There is a long hill climb on the road to this campground. A short walk to several mountain ponds. We look forward to staying here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rustic and off the beaten path describes this Park. In the fall of the year, the shaded sites seemed really dark. It is possible for big rigs to navigate the Park, but it must be done carefully. The dump is at the back of the Park and not on the way out. There is a comfy gathering room: complete with couches, TV, books, wood stove and gameroom. The laundry is adequate. A short walk takes you to a charming little pond (boats, kayaks, swimming etc.) with loons in residence. There is no internet access. Friendly owners are on site. The bathrooms and showers need a bit more cleaning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spent 2 nights here: very, very quiet which I liked. Campers were mostly seasonals. Maintenance levels are low and detract from the overall experience. Bathrooms were old: peeling paint, buggy, sluggy and just unpleasant. I would not use the shower. You get the impression that the owners make just enough money from the seasonals to get by and either have nothing left or no desire to improve the campground for "transient" traffic. I don't want organized activities, dances, games etc., but I do want a clean and tidy campground. Our site was level although small and we overlooked a neighbor: luckily he went to bed early and didn't "smoke" us out with his campfire. The playground had a lot of rusty tonka toys which is not what I would want my children to play with. I feel bad to write this as the people were nice. If I were a seasonal user, and all-contained (shower, bathroom), I might consider this place, but I would not return as an occasional. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This campground is remote, at the top of a steep hill. We camped in a 35 foot motorhome and we were given a choice of two spaces, neither of which were level. We ended up using our leveling jacks and our front tires were still several inches off the ground. The campground is basically for seasonals who were extremely noisy and inconsiderate. Interior roads are dirt and deeply rutted. We did not use the dump station as it was remote and required us to travel on the deeply rutted roads with tight corners. Final disgust with the campground when we damaged our motorhome by sinking in a gully leaving the site. What a horrible place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's a beautiful park with a lovely, wooded setting. The playground equipment has seen its better days, but the sand pit was great. There were several loud parties that went on past midnight. We won't stay again as we get the impression it's like that every night. We camped here in a Tent.