We stayed here on our trip from San Diego to Washington. We drove in without reservations mid week, and they had a spot for us. Super clean bathrooms and coin op showers, a small laundry room and high country museum, and a well stocked store. Very friendly. We parked on grass, and over the fence was a very nice public country club golf course. Many of the campers were staying there to golf, go fishing and to ride atvs. Only a mile into town for a large supermarket, Starbucks, and two incredible bakeries. The view was beautiful. The grounds right along Hwy 395, so you did hear trucks at night, but we camped further off the road, so it was totally doable. Would stay here again as a “passing through” not for deep woods experience.