Very scenic and isolated area. Staff was very friendly. Rate was using the National Park Senior Pass. Bathrooms and showers very clean. Campsites were good size. No Verizon service or OTA television stations. Limited sites with electric and water. Nice bike path, approx. 2 miles along the river. Campground is close to many site attractions, including ski resorts and small towns. When turning off of Hwy 100, stay on the left fork of the road. We had a very interesting experience with one of the locals when we mistakenly took the right fork of the road. We unknowingly stopped in a long entrance road to a private residence in order to unhook our towed vehicle from the RV so that we could turn around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful campground. We had site S27, which had plenty of room. We had no issues going over the bridge pulling our 33 ft trailer but it was close! There is not much to do in the area but I recommend the Vermont Country Store. There was only one shower, which was clean and private. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outstanding Corps camping area off the beaten path. Tight turn over a narrow but sturdy bridge required. Campsites mostly grassy, some gravel. Limited numvber of electric/ water sites. Reserve early. Quiet at night. Birdlife unbelievable. AT&T service limited to two bars near the south bathmhouse. West River Bicycle Trail enters the area in two places. Playgrounds, basketball, and... beach volleyball... really? Great water flavor. Bathrooms, showers spotless. Friendly staff. If you want peace and quiet away from it all, this is the place. We would camp here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.