Rate reflects Golden Age pass. The park itself is very nice, although it appears to be an older COE park. I'm basing this on the narrower roads than in many other COE parks, and the older restrooms and shower facilities. The entrance into the park itself is narrow, and the 4 miles of county road leading to the park is VERY narrow with patches and no shoulder. Parking pads themselves are narrow, though many are quite long. The biggest problem for us were the low-hanging tree limbs. At 13'6", we could only clear less than a dozen. Long rigs will also have a bit of an issue backing into the sites, which are also narrow. This is probably normally a very busy lake in the summer; this year the lake is down a ways, so there were quite a few available -- just few we could get into. Due to the low limbs and bad road coming in, we probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean & quiet campground. Sites were spacious with large space between campsites. Ours had enough room for a tent. This was our first time here. We stayed 4 nights & would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is well maintained COE park with improvements being added. The sites have room for slideouts. We use Verizon internet and could not connect. Our phones had good signal but it was 1X. We did get local channels on NBC and CBS on antennae. Water pressure seemed low but was alright. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.