The is an excellent campground for birders, fisherman, and families. The campground is large, and we were located in the Lakeside loop on Lake 7. Lake 6 and 7 are reserved for campground tenants. Sites 44 to 55 are great. They are gravel sites, large, mostly level, with a picnic table, trees, bushes, and back onto the lake. If possible, stay in the Lakeside loop. It is the best loop in the campground. The laundry facilities were clean or reasonable. The pool looked nice, but we did not swim. There are lots of activities at the campground - birding, fishing, kayak/canoe/paddle boats (available for rent), walking, running, and mountain biking in the hills across from the campground. There is a den like area for teenagers and playgrounds for the younger ones. Staff were friendly. Showers were lukewarm and clean. Try to pick a shower under the heater. The site is accessed by a pin pad a requires a code. If you arrive during the day, you can enter through the main entrance without a code. The office closes at 5 pm so you will need to arrive before then. There are campground hosts, but the staff leaves at 5 pm. The campground felt safe and secure. Wi-fi was slow at times, but we did stay during a long weekend, and it did improve when the weekend was over.
We camped here during high winds when all the state parks in the area were closed. The trees in the campground were trimmed, and very few branches hit our RV. We did not see the washrooms; we only saw public bathrooms so I'm not sure if they have washrooms or showers. They did have a car wash and a RV wash at the entrance. Staff was not friendly so we ended up self registering, but in all fairness, I think they were preparing the campground for the storm. The wi-fi signal worked fine. The sites were on grass, and a few sites had picnic tables, but most did not. The campground is relatively open with a few trees. There are great views of the water from most sites. There is a large gazebo. The partial hook up sites are for shorter RVs. We could not fit our car in our site (34 ft Class A), and we could only fit in the full hook up sites.
Nicely, manicured sites with bushes, grass, and picnic table. Wi-fi signal was good at times and slow at others. We were in the back of the lot (pull through sites), and there were lots of full timers. They were nice, but they smoke and walk their dogs often. Sites and roads are asphalt. Most sites were level and large enough to accommodate slides and awnings. Showers were hot and mostly clean. Laundry facility was priced well and was clean. Staff was nice. Great location, easy to get to, and very close to the outdoor mall. This park allows you to wash your vehicle on site. Trains can be heard in the distance, but we did not find them bothersome. Planes can be heard also, but they did not bother us at night. The only very loud planes are the military planes, and they didn't fly all that frequently during our 5 day stay. However, they can be extremely loud and did rattle the RV on the 2 occasions, during the day time of our stay. We would stay here again.
This campground is expensive in the winter. The water freezes at night and the sewer is in the middle of the site which meant we could not access it without moving, so one is basically paying for 20/30/50 amp power only. The bathrooms were clean. No showers available. Sites are gravel. Roads are paved, but I use the term loosely. We had a number of birds and a deer come through the campground. It was quite. Location is great and the shuttle bus stops at the campground. We did not receive a receipt though and the staff were not overly friendly or helpful. No wifi. Some sites are treed. Picnic tables available. Small, coal bbq on site. Lots of sites aren't overly level. The turn in may be tight for big rigs. Recycling available.
Basically a very large gravel parking lot. There is a dump station with potable water available. There are flush toilets, but no showers. They also have dishwashing stations available. The sites are dusty, but this is the desert. No trees, no fire pits, and no picnic tables. Generator hours are from 7 am to 9 pm. This campground is across the street from the Furnace creek gas station (VERY EXPENSIVE) and general store (2 minute walk from campground) and restaurant. If you park in the SW corner of the campground you may be able to pick up a public Wi-Fi signal ($10.95 per day). There are showers across the street for $5. Propane is also available across the street. Most sites look level but are not. It may be difficult to level your rig as most sites will result in the rear tires off the ground to achieve optimal lighting orientation. There are 3 pay stations which are easy to use. Road noise was not an issue for us. Trailers running their generators from 7 am to 9 pm did bother us, but was better than the noisy tenters and fire pits in the Texas Spring Campground. We were able to receive more privacy in the Sunset campground versus the Texas Spring Campground. The Texas Spring Campground is a nicer location with regards to scenery. All three campgrounds, Sunset, Texas Spring, and Furnace Creek are within 1 mile of each other. Sunset is the least expensive and allows generator use, but no reservations.
The campground is located in beautiful topography. There are lots of hills that can be hiked from the campground with great views. No generators are allowed. Minimal garbage / recycling available (one location only). This is more of a tenters campground. No showers. Dump station is located half way up the hill to the campground. It is not conveniently located for a longer stay, but good for when one leaves. The weather is cold at night and not having the option of using our generator for heat and all the loud, fire burning tenters drove us to leave this campground and return to another park. That park provided more privacy as most people had big rigs versus the small RVs or tents that were common in Texas Spring. Campground is gravel and dusty. The upper loop is for RVers and tenters. The lower loop is only for tenters. There are a few large sites, but they were difficult for us to level or 34 ft rig on (back tires on the ground). Smaller RVs will find it easier to level. Picnic tables and fire pits are on the sites.
The location is great for visiting Mendocino and the State Parks in the area. We paid $35 for a back in site with 30 Amp and full hookups with our Good Sam discount. The campground was not busy during our stay which was a very good thing as the campground is not designed for newer RV units - perhaps it was built back when no one had slides and everything was shorter in length and width or the owners are too greedy and care more about the number of sites than comfort of their clients - not sure which, but it is brutally tight. The roads going in and out were difficult to navigate with our 34 ft Class A and it really doesn't help when park staff park their vehicles on the narrow roads at turns. The bush across the road from the bathrooms needs a trim. The dump station is horribly located. Good luck getting out if someone is using the dump and good luck using it if you have a big rig. The campground has a lot of mobile homes and long term residents. The long term residents have their own area. The sites are way too close together and are partially dirt and partially concrete pads - two lines of pads - our front tires were on the mud. If we had neighbors, our slide would have been over there picnic table and I had to move our picnic table so that our step wouldn't hit it. The back in sites were lacking grass and were muddy. We backed on to a very small, slow moving stream. We had no room for our tow vehicle. I can't imagine this place full. Furthermore, many tent behind the RVs (across the creek). I have no idea where they would park. I would not be happy if a neighbor had a fire nor would we ever think to have one - the fire would be WAY TO CLOSE to the motorhome. The road to get to the campground is also a bit of an adventure, but if you made it on the 1 from the 101 heading south, this road will be similar - go slow and you'll be fine. Big rigs with large tow vehicles may want to detach if the road is really busy. The lady in the store was polite and happy to take our money, but would not provide any information on the area and then wondered why the campsite was so dead. She couldn't wait to get rid of us - "okay, bye bye now" - code for stop asking me questions about the area. The store does have kayak rentals, surf boards, and diving gear. It is also a short walk to a nice beach and we could hear the gentle barking of the sea lions in the morning and evenings. The Wi-Fi worked well. We would not stay here again.
Very expensive campground, but the only one that was open in the area. We have a Class A 34 ft motorhome and it was extremely tight navigating the roads. A 33 ft limit is imposed on the campground, but we walked through prior to committing to stay here and were ultimately able to navigate the roads. Site 20 is a pull through site and could accommodate our unit, but not our tow vehicle. There were all of 4 people (including ourselves) in the campground so it was not an issue. Site 21 could also accommodate a larger unit, but is not level. In general, most of the sites are small and not level. This is a tenting campground or for people with small RVs that have lots of leveling blocks. A 33 ft Class A will have difficulties with most of the sites as your back tires will likely be off the ground if you try to level your rig and there are only a few sites that can accommodate that size. You will have difficultly fitting into almost every site if you have a tow vehicle and a larger unit. The campsites are on dirt, but the roads are paved. The campground was very dark and cold because of the second growth coast redwoods (most of the old growth redwoods are simply stumps). There is no brush between the sites, so if it's busy expect no privacy and to hear all your neighbors conversations and the road noise. The campground is adjacent to the Avenue of the Giants. A lot of sites back onto the highway. This was not an issue for us, because the area is basically empty at this time of year, but may be an issue if the road is busy. The showers are coin operated - .50 to start. The sites have picnic tables, fire pits, and food storage. There are two walking paths that leave from the campground. They are nice walks. 0.6 miles in length. The visitors centre is adjacent to the campground. Class A's be very careful if you pull into the visitor centre as one of the entrance/exit ramps is steep, the other is not. We would not stay here again.
Most of the campground was closed when we were there and we ended up in the ATVer campground loop which is not our thing or our crowd. This would be a great campground for an ATVer and perhaps a family in the summer when the rest of the campground is open, but it really wasn't a great Class A crowd type campground if that makes sense. The campground and sites are paved. It is well treed in the areas that were closed and our site was more open and fairly public. The sites in the ATV loop have direct access to the sand dunes and are extra wide so that the ATVs can fit on the payment beside the trailers. It wasn't as noisy as we were expecting, but one does here the ATV's revving. They are loud. Most of the ATVers were respectful and drove the speed limit in the campground and didn't rev their engines for no reason except for the guys across from us. It is worth mentioning that direct access to the dunes is only available in the winter season. The showers were okay, but get cold quickly with multiple users. There is a fee drop off available in the ATV loop so that you don't have to drive all the way back to the entrance. The entrance is the only place with recycling. There are a number of lakes that are family friendly and accessible from the campground (I'd take a car as the walk can be quite long from some of the loops) and one lake is across the highway. The Cleawok Lake is quite nice and probably a good swimming spot in the summer. We took our kayaks out on the lake and it was nice and different because of the dunes, but the serenity was a little lost with the ATVers noise that can be heard from the lake. Note, that the lake has arms and is not as small as it initially appears. We did see a number of ducks and a bald eagle. There are swimming docks on the lake and boat rentals. There is also a dune walk from the campground. (ATVers are not allowed on this section) Recycling and garbage disposal is at the front of the campground. It is a busy campground and may fill.
Great location for visiting Eureka. It is basically a gravel parking lot with some paved sites near the entrance. The wifi worked well. There is enough space between units and sites were fairly level. No picnic tables. Some sites back onto a fenced, treed area. The road was extremely busy on Saturday because of an event at the fairgrounds. It was interesting getting into and out of the campground during the busy times because of the high volume of traffic. The campground host were friendly. The $20 rate is based on Good Sam or AAA and includes full hook ups, showers and wifi. The showers were really gross, but the water was hot. The shower curtains are like garbage bags with mold for lack of a better description. I'd recommend using the shower in your RV if you have one. The campground was quite at night. We would stay here again because of the great value, strong wifi and location.
Grassed, open, and located beside the Klamath River. This is normally a fishing campground, but the area is not busy during this time. The campground host were helpful and lots of pamphlets on the area are provided. The Wi-Fi was slow and did not always work. The host indicated that the booster was down. The sunset is beautiful at the campground and we did not hear the highway from our site near the river. Picnic tables are provided. The sites are on the grass. The showers were hot, but small and not the cleanest. The rate shown is with a Good Sam /AAA discount. Great location for visiting Redwood NP.
Great value. Great location with lots of trails that start from the campground, including trails that access the beach. The Heceta Head Lighthouse trail was great. You can come back along the Hobbit's trail and beach to make it a loop. There are shorter walks in the area as well. The sites and roads are paved. They have picnic tables and fire rings. Most sites are quite private because of all the trees. The sites can get a little muddy if there is rain. If it rains or if it is windy, be prepared to clean off the top of your rig, slides, and awning. We had a lot of pine needles and branches on our rig and cleaned them off twice. We also had to clean off our car a couple of times because of the branches and needles. No damage was done, but it can make for a loud night with branches hitting the roof. The site was quiet. Most of the large sites were taken (and there were only a handful of people there) so if you have a larger RV, you may have a hard time finding a site if the campground is busy. It was a tight squeeze to get into our site, but fine once we were in. We have a 34 ft Class A. The showers were okay for cleanliness, but like most of the Oregon State Park campgrounds - they could use a really good thorough clean. The water temperature really varied. We had one shower that started hot and then got cold. And then we had another shower that was just cold. Try to use the showers first or not when they are busy if you want hot water.
Yurts are available here. The speed bumps are brutal. Class A's will want to take them slow. The large road is suitable for big rigs. The sites will be tight lengthwise with a tow vehicle, but fine without one. The campground is paved, including the sites. It is a large campground. There are a few nice trails that leave from the campground, including access to the beach. The trees are more manicured here than other Oregon Coast State Parks, which means you will have less needles and branches falling on your rig, but less privacy that others. The campground has an open feel to it and gets and reasonable amount of sun (if the sun is out that is). The showers were okay, but could use a really thorough clean. It was quiet when we were there, but it was also fairly empty and we camped at the back of the campground. We didn't have to wait in line for the dump station, but we did notice that others did have to wait in line (morning). Great value and good location.
Great value. Great location - close to beach (walking distance) - close to town - there is a walking path that leads to downtown Brookings from the campground. Most sites are treed. Private sites available. Quite. Great family campground. Paved sites and roads. Treed sites. We would stay here again.
Great value as with most Oregon State Parks on the coast. $16 for power/water with free dump at entrance. Lots of variety with sites. Some are in the trees and back onto the creek, others are more open and back or front on to a open grass field. Large pull through sites available - up to 96 ft. Highway is visible and audible from some sites; however, it did not bother us as the road is quite at night. Short walk to secluded beach - beautiful views of the ocean from this beach. Humbug trail is accessible from campground. There are two loops. We stayed at the loop near the ocean and the highway bridge - it has the pull through sites. Showers were warm and clean enough. Lots of hiking trails start from this campground. We would stay again.
Great value. Great location. Short walk to lake (and boat dock). Short walk to information center. Paved sites. Showers were hot and nice. FCFS - can only book for one night at a time. Reservations are accepted. Most sites were level and large enough for slides. Full hook ups - $23. Recycling available. Big rigs will find it tight and only a few sites will be suitable. The tow vehicle would not likely fit into the site with a big rig. Our car would not fit (we have a 34 ft Class A). We could not back into some of the large enough sites because of trees and a narrow access road.
Great value. Great location. Beautifully treed campground. G loop has the most private and quieter sites, but only power/water. The showers were not clean because of the other campers, but they are nice and hot. Lots of level sites on pavement. Quick beach access. Some sites are close to the road, but come with a beach view. Large picnic tables available. Large fire pits: although, they do need to be cleaned out as they are quite full. Information center on site. Nature walks can be taken from the campground. There is a playground.
Located beside the train tracks. The trains are loud but did not bother us during the night. Staff was friendly and helpful. Campground is clean. They have a neat dog area. Big rig friendly. Long term tenants are present.
Not good value for the price. Site was not cleared off: still had snow on it. A few longer term tenants. The campground is basic. It's fenced, has grass, no trees. Picnic tables at the sites. It's small and off the highway. No real appeal, but we were just passing through for the night. Staff was nice enough.
Poor management. We arrived on Sunday: they don't work on Sundays. The water at the site was not turned on. No Wi-Fi, because they were not working. No access to the showers or bathrooms: again, because they do not work on Sundays. The RV park is for long term, rich RV'ers. The park was almost full. The grass was due for a cut, but other than that, the park is clean and well maintained. The sites are close together. No picnic tables. Small trees on some sites. Level, concrete pad for parking the RV and vehicle. RV park is big rig friendly and easy to navigate. Airplane noise is noticeable but did not bother us during the night. It is a short walk to the river. Nightly rate is $32. Good Sam and AAA members: $30. $10 to wash RV at site. $5 to wash car at site. Staff was friendly when they are around, but not helpful, work very limited hours and provide no information unless you are able to call them. We would not stay again.
Great campground situated on Muncho Lake. Bring a boat and launch from your campsite. The lake is beautiful. The campground is treed. Good fishing in the lake. Numerous hiking trails in the area. One trail begins at the campground. Sites are located close to the highway except for a handful at the end of the campground. It was noisy during the day because of highway construction, but the campground itself was quite. We would try to stay at the MacDonald Campground (the other Muncho Lake campground) instead of this one as it is more sheltered and further from the highway. If it was full, then we would stay at Strawberry Flats again. These campgrounds do fill.
Beautiful campground situated on Summit Lake adjacent to the Alaska Highway. Great views - lake and mountains. It can be windy. Lots of wildlife in the area including Caribou and Stone's Sheep (about a 5 minute drive traveling West from the campground. Look for the Sheep on the cliffs as you go down the hill. Great hiking from the campground. The Flower Springs Lake Trail is an easy hike and well worth the effort. Summit Peak trail is also a great hike but more difficult. Watch for Lynx if you do this hike. Day use area. Composting toilet. Friendly and helpful campground hosts. Kayaking or canoeing on the lake is a great option. The site is exposed (no trees). Lots of level sites available. We would stay here again.
The hot springs are amazing. They are the best hot springs we have ever been too. They are in a natural setting. Temperature is perfect. They contain lots of minerals that do not smell. This is a must stop destination on the Alaska highway. Reservations are accepted. All other sites are FCFS. The campground was full when we stayed and it took 90 minutes to get a site (we are 34' long with tow - tent sites were available). Don't expect people to leave early. Most people left within an hour of check out. The campsite is treed. Lots of private sites available. Beautiful and easy walk to adjoining hot springs suitable for all ages. One receives a discount on the hot springs when staying at the campground.
Beautiful campground. The lake is gorgeous. Bring a canoe or kayak. One can also swim in the lake. It's relatively warm for a Northern BC lake. You might see a fox at this campground or the entrance. Please do not feed the wildlife. This is a very kid friendly campground (I think because of the campground hosts - nets and toddler toys and book exchange has been set up). There were no kids when we were there. Lots of sites that back onto or side onto the lake. Lots of level sites. Quiet. We would stay here again.
Great campground - beautifully treed with walking trails through out the island. Look for the face and animal carvings when you walk on the trails - there are 56 faces. Short walk to river and fishing. Serviced sites were $21.50. Unserviced sites $17. Showers are available - they are coin operated. I could not figure out how they worked so we did not use them. Reservations accepted. Quiet time 11 pm to 7 am. Playground. Dump and Wi-Fi available at visitor centre which is a 2 minute drive from campground. We did see a black bear in the campground. We would stay here again.
Beautifully large treed sites. Shady though and not much sun. Lots of large level sites. Big rigs will find it tight, but the sites are big enough once in. Walk to beach. The showers were great (hot and free), but not the cleanest. There were only 2 female showers for a lot of sites, hence why they were not the cleanest. Beach is a short walk from some sites, but a long walk from others. The campground is big so pick your site wisely. Sani station is tight for bigger units - detach your tow vehicle and you'll be fine. Sani station fee of $3 when purchased in advance. $5 when purchased at the station. We could not filter our water because of the type of hose used for the potable water. We might stay here again depending on travel itinerary. The cost is steep for no services.
Wi-Fi was good but only available between 7:30 am to 10 pm. Showers were Luke warm to warm, but not hot. They were clean. Treed campground next to highway. Noise did not bother us from our site. Small kids playground. Laundry available 24 hrs. Basic RV wash available - $1 for 4 minutes either soap or rinse. No bleaching or dying hair in the bathrooms (I'm assuming this was an issue for them). $28 rate - Good Sam, back in, water and 20 amp included. Dump was clean but smelt strongly.
Beautiful lake and treed campground. Road is in rough shape. Needs gravel. Hiking trails start from campground. Great view of Denali from across the lake (walk or rent a kayak). Boat launch. Boat rentals available. Sockeye (red) salmon spawn in the lake. Lake fishing is an option (not for the salmon though). Loons are common visitors to the lake. Quite. Sites are not all that level. Lots of pull through options available. A true first come, first serve campground - one can not reserve for someone who is not there. $150 fine for doing so will be enforced by a Park Ranger.
Cold showers. Treed site. Nightly entertainment. Restaurant with Sourdough pancakes and reindeer sausage. Buffet breakfast $13 - we did not partake in the food here. Group atmosphere. Slow internet that kept crashing. Limited internet data use. Wi-Fi hotspot only. We could not access from our campground. We would not stay again.
Please note - We stayed during the Silver Salmon Derby. It was very busy and completely full. It was extremely noisy. Generator hours are from 7 am to 11 pm. Expect to hear generators at all times. Alcohol is not allowed; however, it is not enforced. Expect loud neighbors talking or yelling beside your bedroom at all hours of the day and night. This is not the usual RV crowd. You will have to be extremely lucky to get a power site or an ocean site or you will have to waste your day stalking people to get one. Check out time is 4 pm. Campfires are allowed and expect them to be within 3 feet of your rig. Your neighbors campfires will be 6 ft from your rig. Great location. Great view of Resurrection Bay (if you are lucky). We did not see the bathrooms so expect to use a port a potty or the public day use bathrooms or you will have a long walk. Free dump available near by campground. Class C users take note - you will have to leave something in your campground site to hold your site if you leave (typically a lawn chair) - don't leave anything valuable. Campground allows people to reserve sites without being there - which meant ocean view sites remained empty for days (occupied by a lawn chair) as people were holding them for their friends. The campsite is a gravel parking lot. Your campsite is a double wide parking stall. A couple of sites had picnic tables. Wildlife viewing is possible from the campsite.
Sani Station - $5. Four night stay limit. Nice, treed campground. Quite (even though it is close to highway). Clean sites. Well maintained. Great campground near Anchorage. Some level sites are available. We would stay here again.
Beautiful campground. Well vegetated. Stunning view from site #14 of the ocean, beach, and bluff. Sites were clean. Quite campground. Access to beach via a staircase trail. Good fishing within walking distance. Clamming within walking distance and season. Eagles and sea gulls fly by but don't stay so it's quite. Road is in rough shape. It needs gravel for the pot holes. We drove slow and we were fine. It is the only reason the campground is not a 10. We would stay here again.
Reservations were challenging. It took the staff 4 times to finally get our reservation correct using all three methods (online, phone, in person). Staff was not friendly and did not provide information. Berry picking options from campsite. Relatively quite. Generator hours: 8-10 am and 4-8 pm. $4 for showers (includes towel). Laundry facilities are available. Small store is located on site. The 1st and 3rd loop contain more large RV sites. Numerous level sites available. Three dumps stations are available. Four potable water hoses are available. Expect un-experienced sani station Class C users. The free shuttle bus stops at the campground. Pit and flush toilets available. We would not stay here again.
Treed campground located near Delta Junction. Big rigs will find it tight but there are double sites which will make backing in easier. Relatively quite except for about 45 minutes of gun fire. Did not notice road noise. Numerous level sites. We would stay here again.
Located near the Matanuska Glacier - 5 minute walk for view of the glacier. Berry picking options within walking distance. Sheep viewing. Adjacent to highway. Highway construction (repaving road) was occurring during our visits yet road noise was not an issue at night. Wi-Fi was intermittent. Would recommend against the restaurant because we were served uncooked food and charged full price. Food discounts are available. We are Good Sam Members. We would stay here again.
Tents are not always allowed because of a habituated grizzly bear. She is an aggressive bear. Do not approach. Maintain a BARE campsite at all times. Do not leave animals out or alone. Do not leave food unattended. We did have an encounter with the bear. Brush control has been completed which removed a significant number of the berries she was foraging on in the campsite. The campsite is clean and well maintained. There are about 10 lake side sites and numerous treed sites. Free fire wood. The pit toilets were clean. Good value. We would stay here again.
Well treed. Lots of little wildlife. Adjacent to river. Our site was covered in snow so we could not enjoy it. Staff was friendly. Dump station was clean. Sadly, a guy showed up two days into our stay and ran his generator continuously from 8 am to 8 pm. (Generator hours). Big rigs will find it tight (corners and sites). Most of the big sites were relatively level for this type of campground. We would stay again if we needed to book in advance or all other campgrounds were closed. Good location. Closest to Old Faithful geyser basins.
The snow was nearly up to the top of our RV in spots so keep this in mind when reading the review. Few sites were open and the campground was nearly full. It was quite. Staff were friendly. Showers and bathroom in the main office were clean. The others were closed. Big rig friendly. Our campsite was covered in snow. Only the car pad, campsite, and utilities were open. We arrived late so we did a self check in. Our internet code did not work so we used another from the late arrivals list. 2 hour internet only. Expensive, but then most sites are outside of Yellowstone. We are unlikely to stay here again.
Located in the town of Missoula adjacent to a nearby trailer park. Note: If you are in a big rig, do not use the trailer park entrance if possible. It is really tight. Hot tub was not clean. Pool was not available during our stay. Staff was friendly and helpful. Nicely treed and grassed. The campground was quite empty during our stay. It was a little noisy with the school bus depot adjacent to our site. The dog run and play parks were clean. Laundry area was clean. We would stay here again.
Well treed. Steep grades in some locations. Great dump station. Close to road and highway. Road noise is present but not disturbing. Friendly and helpful campground hosts. Coin operated showers: 25 cents for 5 minutes. We would stay here again.
Beautiful campground. Well treed. Away from road. Quiet. One has to cross a wood, 6 ton bridge. (The bridge is rated to 10 tons, but restricted to 6 tons.) Most sites are spacious. Very rough road in campground. Most pull through sites are not level. Site 35 is level but on the inside. Big rigs will find the campground tight. Inside sites require one to drive the "wrong way" to set up properly. Ask the campground hosts (volunteers) if you can drive the other way. They will close the road or drive in front of you. The Park Rangers will not let you drive the "wrong way." The Park Rangers will not allow most Class A motorhomes to cross the bridge (as most are over 6 tons). However, you will see Class A motorhomes in the campground. No dump station. No generators. No showers. We would stay here again.
Great location. Enjoyed the trees and wildlife. Easy access to campsite. Easy to park in the pull through site. Dump station was clean and easy to use. Garbage disposal was easy to use. Lots of mosquitos though. Campfire smoke was quite heavy in the campground. We would return to this campsite.