We have wintered in this park for the last four years. It has always been kept up and the price was right for what you got. Well now they have changed it to a Jellystone park and have raised the monthly rent close to $950.00 which does not include your electric or cable, it will work out to close to $1000.00. The nightly rate is going up also, they are not sure but it will be close to $50.+. They don't have the amenities for these prices. I know the showers and bathrooms are locked due to vandals. There isn't a playground for the kids, the mini golf course is tore up, there isn't a laundry room, and the rec hall is locked too. The grounds are overgrown and everything is dead, even the grassy area by the pool. They have construction going on where the cabins are, which isn't too bad right now. They are turning off the electric to all but 30 of the sites on September 1st so they can upgrade. They have been going to upgrade for the last two years. I'm very disappointed in this park now, it has a very unfriendly feeling and even though they got out most of the rif raf, none of the rules are enforced. You let the managers know about a problem and they say they will take care of it, but don't. Before this place was sold it was very busy all the time. Tenters and RV's every weekend and all summer long. Now it's lucky if you get a couple a month, very sad. So overall if your running late and want to pay a lot for an overnight spot, stay here, or travel down the road and find a nicer place.
this is a National Forest Campground. The spaces are very large and level. Its very quite. We were the only one's there besides the host. Short distance of gravel road, just go slow. Sites are spread apart. At the fork in the entrance road you can go to the state park or the NFS CG we drove through the state park and chose the NFS. We will come back to this campground again. Its a great boondocking campground. You can use the dump station at the state park and fill with water there too. There is a pump type faucet at this CG.
This is a small but very nice campground on Juanita Lake. It is a forest service campground with a CG host who's extremely nice and takes care of unruly or overly loud people quickly. There is a day use area also. You can fish in the lake,you can swim. No motor boats allowed but you can raft or canoe. We have a 36 ft MH and only found 3 spots we could fit. The spaces are shaded and nicely spaced apart. There is wildlife in the area. We saw an bald eagle while we were there. There is a short distance of gravel road but its doable and the road narrows in spots but going slow you have no problem. We will go back.