Stayed here for a week we'll never be able to live again. What a dump! Restrooms and showers were filthy with beer cans on the ledges and smashed bugs on the walls. No one cleaned restrooms thoroughly the whole time we stayed. Many permanent residence live in the camp separated from visitor campers by a dry creek. You only met them when they came out at night to visit the camp's fulltime bar: watered down drinks and mystery meat burgers. Employees were new and didn't know too much about the area. Long mountain drive into town and civilization. We definitely will NOT stay here again.
Stayed here on a weekend and it was pretty busy. We found a good site with trees and had plenty of shade. Campground was in a convenient location with many stores a few miles away. Didn't have to negotiate a lot of hills to get there. Park was very clean and restrooms were spotless. Like the campground very much and will probably stay here again.
We stayed at this campground for the first time since the 2007 Witch Creek Fire. Expected to find new facilities but park was virtually unchanged. Manager reported insurance and FEMA money was paid for the abandoned buildings around the park and nothing actually in the park was damaged. Most employees were friendly, office staff a little rude. Long winding drive to get to park and trees inside park made it difficult to park of 40 footer. The fee Wi-Fi listed in their brochure is now $2 per day and only works up a hill in the barn they use as a clubhouse, you only get 60 MBs and can't download computer updates. Didn't like people going site to site trying to sell services. Probably won't stay here again.