This is a old National Forest Campground that is run by concessionaires (Dodge Ridge Corp.). This is a strictly dry camping campground with a few water spigots spread out for your convenience; no dump station. This is a pretty campground above 5,000 feet elevation with a nice stream that borders the campground. These campgrounds sometimes attracts your inconsiderates who come up on the weekend to drink/party, etc. , which is quickly controlled by a good campground host, which this campground has. Generators are allowed three hours a day, which is good. Big rig space is very limited but possible if you know your limits. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.