This campground is open to current Elks members and their guests. A host is on site and offers parking assistance, and suggestions regarding local activities and attractions. The lodge was closed during our visit. The sites near the lodge are full hook-up, but they are not level and the sewer connection location does not provide adequate slope. Several dry camping sites are available on blacktop. Some E/W sites are back to back on gravel, but if the campground is not busy, as when I visited, they become pull-throughs. Other E/W sites are on blacktop and provide adjacent parking for tow vehicle. There is a dump on site. Wifi was advertised as being available in the campground, but we could not connect. The host told us that something was wrong with the antenna. There is no stay limit and you can call ahead to check availability. We would stay here again as it is quiet, a good location and a real value compared to other campgrounds in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There were 4 sites with sewer hookups against the back of the building. These were sloping and narrow (forget using awnings if someone else is there) and the sewer must go uphill to empty. The water and power sites were much more level. OK for overnight stay. 30 amp power does not permit full use of air conditioner in the heat. Friendly staff and officers in the lodge. We camped here in a Motorhome.