This is not a "resort" as in a Jellystone. It is an older campground. It is a place where 90% of the people are seasonal campers. But it is a place I will go back to again. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel, but level. The electric is a 30 amp receptacle and the water is shared with next site but with ample pressure. Park highlights: The park sits on top of a hill with views of the valley below, people actually only drive 5 MPH in the park, friendly atmosphere, clean, miles from any major road, railway, traffic, and we felt welcomed and safe. We will return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A trek up 5 miles of a winding, narrow road revealed a very rundown campground (though the valley view on the main road was beautiful. The buildings on the campground were very dilapidated (office closed at 5 pm for supper), the shower rooms dank and rundown, and the few sites available were surrounded on all sides by seasonal sites. It looked as though tent campers would have prime sites facing the view and would never have to go into the campground - my only concern would be the condition of the restrooms/showers. I would not recommend this to a "family" for reasons of atmosphere and safety, nor to a camper passing through because of the access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was closing for the season the next day so that may be why all the trash bins
were full and there were leaves in the bathrooms. No alcohol permitted in campground. Steep 1/2 mile road into campground, 5 miles from interstate, very weak electricity. Lots of trees made it difficult to maneuver through park. Beautiful view as park is on a hilltop and surrounded by a Christmas tree farm. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.