The National reservation service failed to let us know that the dump and water fill were closed due to reduced snow over the winter. Be advised that the closest place to dump and fill with water is about 20 miles away. Public showers are timed to four minutes and cost 75 cents. There are only four showers in the men's area and they are frequently out of order. The men's room was out of towels for a couple of days and the trash in the mens room lingered for days. While the campground was not full, the trash cans were. They were not collected for the first four days we were there. When we brought it to the attention of the office, they said the trash was picked up twice daily. Debris from tree cutting was everywhere. The road ways are pocked with holes. The staff was friendly, the food was fine, and the area is beautiful. Everyone we met was working. No one was standing around. Our reduction of financial commitment to our National Treasures is becoming apparent.
The camp host makes this park stand out from the rest. The host visited all campers and suggests attractions, views, hikes, and even specific dishes at different restraints. While the campground is not in the woods, the clean and modern laundry, showers, and proximity to attractions makes it a great place to visit.