This campground is in serious need of some upgrades on the electrical. There is an industrial business directly behind the campground that is extremely noisy until 8 or 9 pm. It was quite damp when we were here, and there was what appeared to be a bug infested stream (man made) behind the rig. Each night the owner would reset the Wi-Fi, and you would have to go to the office to get it put back on. Did not enjoy the stay.
15 amp feeds at less than 100 volts. No sewer. This is a fisherman/seasonable campground that has not seen any upgrades in many years. The seasonals are a loyal group and put up with the limited services. The only reason to stay here would be if you plan on using the Ainsworth Hot Springs. And one plus. You will be visited by a salesman trying to sell you a membership.
This is a Co-Owner managed park. The lots are privately owned. The Co-owner's association can rent out individual lots on behalf of the consenting owner for a 25% administrative fee. The costs have now gone far beyond what is reasonable for a RV park. At $50.40 per night it is now far more than RV resorts that offer many more amenities. All pads are concrete and if the owner permits you may have access to cable TV. 30 amp and sewer are on all sites. Hot tub/pool is seldom available prior to 10 am and the on site showers/toilets are on par with most campgrounds. Costs are excessive for service provided. There are many local RV parks that offer the same and more facilities for much less.