Great primitive park with weekend activities. There are no hookups at this park. Camping fee is $12, plus you have to pay $5 vehicle fee (total $17) unless you have the North Dakota Annual Pass, then you only pay $12. Great spacing between the sites, good privacy. Lots of shade. There are also Yurts and great cabins to rent. If you are ambitious, there are some great "park here, hike it in" tent sites that offer great privacy. There are also regular tent sites, too. There are water faucets where you can fill up with water. Although the water is potable, recommend running the water through some filters as it's "well" water. On weekends, there are some great interpretive programs, (We learned to make ice cream!) and some concerts from local bands. If you don't mind dry camping, this is a great place to relax. This park doesn't get full, it seems to be a well kept secret. The park also has wintertime activities. One more thing: If your GPS routes you through Hensler, ignore the GPS. The road from Hensler involves going on a dirt road that, CAN, be dicey for RV's, especially after a rainstorm. Instead, take Highway 83 to ALT 200 until you get to Washburn, navigate from there. Follow the signs. We camped here in a Motorhome.