Great spot, clean vault toilets, and a good view. Only downside was the incredible high number of yellow jackets in the area and a fire restriction.
I took my co-workers here and they loved it! We had campsite 101, which was beautiful. It didn't have the sweeping views that a few of the campsites have, but it was probably the most isolated campsite in the campground, so it was great for us because we tend to stay up by the fire talking late. Sunsets and sunrises were stunning. A local warned us of wind but it wasn't a big issue. The campground manager was great.
We just went up for the day (you can actually use the sites for $12 for day-use), and it was super quiet and lovely. Great views from all over the campground. It did start to get windy in the afternoon, and I think that might be true for most days because the campground is up on the very top of that part of the mountain. Most of these sites would be hard to get an RV in, and some of the sites are pretty sloped for big tents, but seems like a great place to get away! There are a couple of trails right from the campground too. Also there is a lodge open right next to the campground if you wanted to eat out for a lunch or dinner!
I stayed in site 49 and it has a great view during sunset and a couple of great places for a hammock. The ground is a little slanted in most of the sites but not enough that it’s not tolerable
We just camped here last weekend with my son’s Boy Scout troop. We had a quad site which was great for a group. The camp host was friendly and helpful. You can buy wood from him for $8 a bundle if you didn’t bring enough.
The views are lovely, although some sites don’t have a ton of flat space if you have a great view!
Toilets were clean, fully stocked. Water pipe was useful. Each site has a bear locker, picnic table and fire ring.
There are bathroom stalls and running water but is not drinkable. Has an elevated bear safe with a pit and picnic table. Overall was a great experience and a great view looking over the entire city. Good amount of trees to also hang hammocks if need be. There are lake and plenty of trails around the site to go out on a day hike. Allows up to two cars per each single lot.
I want to go camping there
We got a campsite that was on the outside of the loop. We were in Cherokee loop in campsite #87. Nestled really high up…and 10 minutes away from Mountain High Mountain Resort, is the large campsite of Table Mountain. The vault toilets were fine, the campfire rings were good to go, and the whole campsite rests on the top of a mountain. We had a great time wandering around taking in the treeline scenery. During the day the insects get a little more aggressive, but it's nothing a little bug spray couldn't fix.