We stayed here because it was close to the National Park. I guess the best way to describe this park is to say it is rustic. It appears not to have been maintained over the years. There are two camping areas. In the forested area, the sites were very muddy and dark. The sunny sites had grass and when the sun was out they got some light. Besides the camping area there are lots of "cabins" which have been here for a while. The folks that run the campground could not have been nicer but we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is weekly. There is only one 50A site - fortunately we got it. You can walk to the winery next door and to the diner between the campground and the highway. A wide variety of sites are available - shady or sunny. On Wed and Thurs the couple that manages the campground is not there and it is difficult to find someone if you want to check in or have questions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are shady, with fairly good privacy. Some long-term residents. Bathrooms are sort of funky -- no soap is provided near sinks. Management is very helpful. Sites are rocky and a little muddy. Sites away from Highway 20 are quieter than those near the road. Excellent location -- near the wilderness areas of the Cascades. Great ice cream nearby at Cascadian Farms. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.