This is a fairly new park. It has spacious sites and big rig friendly. Lots of shade. The campground has lots of walking trails with neat stuff to find. The staff was very friendly. The restrooms were clean and actually pretty. The restrooms also are air conditioned. They have a store within walking distance from any site. We would stay here again. Only drawback is there is no swimming.
We have stayed here several times and had a wonderful time. However, staying here during a holiday was disastrous! "Day Campers" are allowed to use the park which caused extreme over crowding. These "Day Campers" littered the park, swimming water, and bathrooms. We felt sorry for the staff who had to clean the park facilities after these people left each day, only to have to start all over again each evening. Almost all of these individuals spoke Spanish only. We were outraged at the number of them that they had to let in. It wasn't fair that we paid $30.00 a night to camp and they were coming in with car loads for $12.00 a day. We couldn't go swimming or use the picnic areas because there was standing room only and they littered the grounds with trash. State parks should be able to limit the amount of people so that the paying campers can still use the facilities that they planned to use for their vacation. They even left dirty diapers in the floor of the showers. It was disgusting! "No pride, No shame."