This is a primitive Forest Service campground. It was relatively clean and the site we chose was nice and level. Some improvements could be made to some of the camp spots like filling in pot holes and mud holes. When we stayed there were no fire restrictions in place, but as this is a National Forest, one should always check before starting a campfire. This is also an area that is quite popular on weekends, so go early if you want to get a good spot. We will camp here again.
This RV Park is clean. The shade trees are growing and are starting to provide some very good shade. The restrooms are super clean. The staff is very helpful, this was our first time staying in our travel trailer and they helped us get everything hooked up. The giant sandbox was a hit with our kids. While we did notice that there was noise from the train, it did not interfere with our sleep and it was quieter than the traffic in our neighborhood. The road leading up to the campground is gravel and if one drives up it under 20 mph it is not that bad, once in the campground the roads are all gravel, but much nicer than the county road. All in all a very nice place to stay with plenty of room.
While this was not the park that we wanted to camp in, it was a nice spot to stay that provided all we needed. The owners were nice and the park was clean. The playground (public) behind the park was in need of mosquito control, but that was beyond the RV Parks control. The park was a little dated, but it more than served our needs and it was quiet.