This is a great campground! The only complaint I have, and it's a big one, is the mosquitoes were terrible. We had spray, but ended up spending $14.00 for a bottle of something better at their store. You are better off wearing as much clothing as possible, (which is not a problem, since it was in the 50's mid-day in July) if you don't cover every square inch of exposed skin, they'll find it, trust me on that one. You also want to make sure you close your screen door behind you quickly or they'll get in your RV. I could not let that affect my review of this campground though, since it is out of their control. The campground is very much in the woods, with great views. The Annie Creek Trail is right below it and is a very nice hike. It follows the creek (more like a small river or stream, perhaps) all the way from start to finish. It is about a 8 mile drive to the rim drive around Crater Lake. The Lake is a most see for anyone who enjoys visiting the natural wonders of our country. The water is so blue it cannot be accurately described in words. It has to be seen, firsthand! Staff and Rangers were all very nice, and there is gas at the store, which was a nice convenience. One thing to point out, if your in a large RV don't plan on getting a site with electric. They only have a few that would have accommodated our 26' trailer. The one I tried to squeeze into was not wide enough to allow me to open our slideout, so we moved on to a site with no hookups.
Very nice campground. We stayed 2 nights and would have stayed another if I knew the campground was this nice. It was shaded with pine trees, the only bad thing was the pines blocked the view of a snow capped Mt. Shasta. We also had Wi-Fi. It is close to town (a 2 min. bike ride). Did not hear any traffic noise from I-5, and only heard 1 train way off in distance, it actually added to the feel of the area. This is a good layover campground or to stay a few days and enjoy the area. Mt. Shasta (both the town and the mountain) are beautiful.