Nice area. There was a lot of trail closure due to a severe storm that went through earlier in the month. Sites are nicely spaced but far from level. Some are better than other. No cell coverage no wifi. Bathrooms are dated and ok. They are cleaned but are just old. Park personnel are very helpful. Lake is nice swimming area is nice. The bridge into one of the loops is a little narrow and as no guardrails so it has a high creepy factor but there's enough room.
Read the reviews on this one. The park is nice and has a great pool close to the campground. Wifi is available at the lodge which is nearby. The sites are close. Sardine packed in close. Sites are short. Do NOT come here in/with a big rig. We set up our popup and then had a tough time finding enough room to park our TV It ends up right next to your neighbor so our picnic table was in between our vehicle and the neighbors vehicle You share electric and water so bring extra hose and extra electric cord. Store on site is adequate. Bathrooms and campground are dated the showers and toilets are ok but old and even when "clean" they are not ideal. Note that the sites are on the top of a ridge and the back of each site drops off rapidly.
Restrooms are clean and well kept a 7 out of 10. The campsites are well spaced but you may need two hoses as you share water spigot access with your neighbor. Wifi is available and works well but requires registration and pay to tengonet. The lake is beautiful and there is access for swimming and it's even pet friendly. We camped here in a pop up for three days. Most campers are in travel trailers. Lots of boaters.
Beautiful area. Sites are well divided and somewhat secluded. Rest rooms were clean and well maintained. Showers were nice once I figured out how to work them. No choice in the temperature, just on or off. The trails and overlooks in the park are incredible. absolutely breathtaking. We wished we had more then two days to hike and tour the park and the area. GREAT bakery in Alma. Park personnel were really friendly. Great place to visit.
Some shaded sites. All sites are really close together. Few restrooms, and then porta potties. Restrooms have concrete floors, plywood stalls and were dirty and smelly. Showers are private, but have no ceiling so you look up into the eaves of the building to all the bugs, spider webs etc... Trash containers were overflowing. Sewage odor was noticeable throughout the park. We stayed one night and left, without a refund.
Way off the main drag. Driveway into the place is well paved, but steep as the dickens. This is a weekend retreat. Many of the sites are permanent campers with lots of added on decks, porches etc. Bathrooms were plywood, no paint, clean if you don't count spiders, spiderwebs, concrete floors etc. Showers were about the same. Sewer hookups are just PVC pipes running along the ground with multiple tees and joints too numerous to count. Nice lake. Beautiful sunsets.
Really nice family campground with great gameroom, nice lodge, pond for swimming, hiking, boating and super clean bathrooms and showers. Really quiet. Impeccably clean and well maintained. Really nice place. Wish we could have spent more time there.
The directions to the park take you down some really narrow, really bumpy, country roads which are tough for any size class A to negotiate. There is another way in which is better for RV's. The park is more of a weekend destination for locals as there are more seasonal rentals than campers stopping by. The bathrooms were clean, but in need of updating. Showers are pay. The "lake" is a pond and definitely not something you would want to be camped near during the summer.