KOA with a very natural and rustic feel in the pine trees on a mountain top. Great for smaller campers, motorhomes, and tents but likely not a good place for big rigs wanting lots of level pavement. Wifi worked well; no cable TV available. Owners were U.S. natives and exceptionally friendly. Bathrooms were modern and larger than most KOAs, but were not well heated (fortunately the showers were in a separate room of the building and were heated a bit better). Nice play area for the kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First of all, the access road to this campground can only be accessed by coming down from the north, if you are heading north, you must make a U-turn on a very busy road which is hard to do if you are towing. Second, the access road is in very poor condition as well as the roads inside the park. The park is clean, but all spots are back-in and I had to do some trimming of a tree to get my MH in without scratching it. The owner is nice, but the overall park layout is very poor for larger trailers and motor homes. We camped here in a Motorhome.