Enjoyed the stay. Very friendly folks. I liked the old buildings, truck, cars and stuff. Brought back some old memories. Enjoyed photographing around the location. Most of the sites I saw seemed to level. Easy to get in and get hooked up. I would go back and recommend for a place to visit and relax. Peaceful. Only reason I didn't go with a 10: no place is perfect. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large, quaint, rustic park. Many old wooden buildings have apparently been moved in: about 15% have some degree of restoration and the rest are something below the "shack" catagory. All facilities are old and "homemade". Everything appears to need some maintenance. Sites are grass (mostly level) and roads are very sandy. No WiFi. Saw no staff so can't comment. Would have given higher rating had garbage been picked up, etc. We were here for a trailer rally. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Level sites, very quiet, beautiful views. Mr. Salmon has moved in many buildings - some are cabins and some have been "refurbished" ex.:Jail, etc. The lake is sandy bottom and spring fed; very clean. There is room for bike riding, a train available on the weekends and a camp store. We love to camp here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Have had the last three family reunions at Salmon Lake park. They have 16 cabins that
sleep from 2 to 11 people and 5 meeting halls, including one that sleeps 13. Have stayed in their cabins and my 5th wheel. Some spaces are close together. Also have tent spaces available. Lots of shade trees and a swimming lake for cooling off. Great place to get away. Owners very helpful and stop by to make sure your stay is pleasant. We camped here in a Campground Cabins.
Great swimming lake! We camped here in a Campground Cabins.
Great park for a family! It has a old ghost town look too it. It has a great swimming lake with a diving board and piers to fish The cabin was very clean. We camped here in a Campground Cabins.