Very woodzy and secluded sites. Barley can tell anyone else is here which is nice. The lake and falls were awesome to explore. Tent camper water spigots were abound but only 1 hydrant to fill camper fresh tanks. It was near the dump station. Unfortunately staffing was unavailable during the week. The camp host was and made several rounds each day to check on folks. A vehicle tag is required so budget another $38 to the trip for out of state campers.
September 28, 2020 - reviewed by ANC
Nice park, but very expensive. Restrooms fairly clean, but they close them for cleaning during prime morning time.
September 20, 2018 - reviewed by WB9PRG
Great state park sites.
The staff bent over backwards for me.
Thank you for trimming trees so I could get my class c rv through.
These people are great!
I will return and spend more than 3 days here.
July 19, 2018 - reviewed by Jim Wellens
Swimming area closed, trails to water falls closed. The dam washed out in late June 2018. It may take years to fix. Other than that a great park.
June 22, 2018 - reviewed by Paul
Unexpectedly Expensive In Comparison
Most other camp sites with more amenities have been a lot less expensive, sub $40. But arriving here had a lot less and cost $49 with out of state plates. Great campground just the price could be a lot cheaper for what you get.