January 27, 2023 - reviewed by Skipwatson1951
Nice dry camping area. Lots of privacy. They have bathrooms with flush toilets and showers in separate buildings. Grass sites are level. 2 bars of AT&T 5G. $30 per night, 10% off with senior pass. If you have a TT or 5W, after checking in, go to the left. Sites are back in and are set up for backing in when you're heading north. Class A, B, or C and you can go either way, pull straight in from one direction or back in from the other. Like another post, we liked Long Pine much better than Flamingo. Flamingo is basically a large open field and sites are very close. They do have power at about half the sites, so that's a plus there if you're coming in the hotter months.
March 2, 2021 - reviewed by Theresa
I loved this campground much better then flamingo further down the road. Tucked away amongst the woods and water. Dry camping at its best. Lots of wildlife. Reasonable price and nice spread out of sites.
February 25, 2021 - reviewed by 2sealsonwheels
We stayed one night in Feb 2021...nice campground, stayed in #103...ran generator till quiet time, then whole campground was quiet...nestled in tall pines...we walked the campground in the evening before dark...no bugs...would definitely stay again.
We stayed one night in Flamingo Campground, further in the park...that campground is not as nice as here...given choice, i would stay here!....we used non-electric sites at both campgrounds...
February 26, 2020 - reviewed by SoWickesited
Quiet Night. Beautiful Tall Trees.
Paid $25 nightly for 2 nights, although we called after and got a 10% discount for being national park card holders. No hookups (dry camping). They allow generators and they have a dump station (which we used on the way out).
The campground is a large oval loop with crossing roads. Wide paved roads and easy to move around. The sites have smaller paved parking pads and the instructions state that you have to park on the asphalt, but almost none of the sites (including us) parked on the asphalt since they're kinda short for larger rigs. We parked parallel with the road with plenty of room to spare in our site.
Technically this is part of the national park but it's operated by a third-party. You stop at a little window at the front to check in and it can get backed up. We entered and left a few times and there was always a line of cars waiting to enter or check in. So be prepared for some time to enter if there isn't room to go around.
Very quiet at night. Nestled in tall trees.
January 1, 2018 - reviewed by John
Nice In January
Not a bad place for a few days in January if you don't mind dry camping. The sites are wide... Not long... But there are some sites long enough for RVs up to 45 feet, but most are very short. The sites are back in, level, and paved with no electric, no water, no sewer. The campground is really set up for tent camping but was ok for our 42 foot 5th wheel.
The campground has flush toilets, showers, dump station, and fresh water. Everything was clean and well maintained. Beautiful location. Verizon 4G was available in the site we were at but there were some dead spots with no signal at all.