I've got to say I've not been in a more scary park than this in quite a while! There are several full time residents mostly in broken down rigs including one old school bus with boarded up windows and duct tape everywhere. There are satellite dishes nailed to the trees at empty sites that are not functional for one reason or another, they've just been abandoned by their owners. The place is littered with cigs and debris and just gives you a creepy feeling (per wife and son). The road to this place is VERY narrow and windy: we almost dropped the trailer off the edge a couple times when cars/trucks came the other way. The entrance road is STEEP, as soon as you turn off the paved road you drop down into a bowl of sorts where this "campground" is located. Took every bit of torque my Duramax had to get the trailer back up to the paved road when we left. The owner was nice enough and informed me that after this month he's pulling out of Passport America so it'll be $24 a night. I would be afraid to leave my rig to go anywhere, so we left. Unless you've really, really got to have a cheap site, I'd not suggest this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice but small campground next to a stream with a view of small falls. The owners are friendly and put money back into the campground yearly. The sites are level and the bathrooms are very clean. A nice place to retreat and relax, esp. in the evening with the sound of the falls on the rocks. Good fishing in the stream also. Just be careful if you decide to get into the water and wear watersocks or shoes because there is a lot of broken glass around. The only other problem we have with the campground is that it is not paved. There are also nice cabins there for rent and yearly camper storage available. This campground is also near Yatesville Lake. It is actually closer to the lake marina than Yatesville Lake State Park is. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.