I stayed at this campsite for one night in early November because I wanted to find a place that would be good for paddle boarding the next morning. It was a bit too cold in the morning for me to actually paddleboard but it was still very very worth going. The road is a little bit tough to get down and you drive for quite a while so make sure you’re good on gas. But the dam and the drive down to the campsites on the river was beautiful. I paid $20 for one night in a single campsite. The reason why this campground landed four stars was because of the amount of flies and mosquitoes. I ended up having to hide in my tent by 5:30 because there was just so many of them. I understand the mosquitoes because you are on the water but the amount of flies seemed a bit much. There was also quite a bit of spiders. It was warm enough that I was able to keep the fly of my tent off during the night so I got to watch the sun go down, the sun rise, and the stars during the night which was absolutely beautiful. I would definitely go back just maybe with more bug repellent next time.