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Vault toilets. 64 spots were open before the summer season begins. You’re not right on top of each other but pretty close. They have potable water fillups however they didn’t work. 20$ a night.
We arrived knowing rain and snow was in the forecast. It was a beautiful overcast evening when we arrived. What we didn’t expect was no map or directions on how to find our site. The visitor center was closed so there was no place to check in although reservations are needed starting May 1st. We went to the camp store for directions. We opted for no hookups since our 33’ 5th wheel is set up for boondocking. It still cost $30 a night since we are from out of state. Plus an $8 reservation fee. A bit pricey but we truly enjoyed our visit. Around 4am the heavy winds woke us. Our site GP148 sat on top of a hill overlooking two other campsites and the lake. It rocked enough that we couldn’t sleep but the rig handled it well. The weather calmed down and we went on a hike toward Hidden Falls before the rain arrived. The trails are well marked and very nice. We went on a drive for lunch and 10 miles away is the Bunkhouse bar and grille. We happened to be there on a Sunday when local pickers come to play live music. It was very entertaining and highly recommended. When we woke on Monday the snow had arrived. It took us a little longer to break down to leave but the roads were still good. Verizon cell service throughout the stay was spotty. Even with a couple hiccups this was a fantastic stay.
I stayed at the campground for one night at the end of April, 2021. It was $20 for a tent site. It was raining heavily that day, and I was allowed to park at a RV site, so I can be close to the bathroom which is vey clean. Highly recommended place and very nice family business.
Kind of a weird "campground". Never actually saw or met the owner/grounds keeper/anyone but reserved online. Was overpriced for the lot that it was but it was a minute walk from knotted root brewery and the rest of the town. Only has 50 amp plugs
Sites were well maintained and level. Good separation. Close proximity to lake and easy access. Wild turkey sitings. No fresh water in campground in April. But available nearby. Dry dump station. Toilets clean and stocked. Will come here again.
It snowed the night before our arrival, do the crystal blue lakes really stop out. The views were really good from most sites we could see. Of course, early in the season. There were only 2 other campers on this Thursday.
Pros: some electric sites, nice hiking, great fishing, kayaking/SUP, really pretty welcome lodge, generous size sites most with lake and mountain views. We did see cabins. Park is very clean. Close to 2 major interstates but you feel like you are in the backcountry. Cons: no water at sites, but fill Station available. Only pit toilets. Expensive- electric sites $27 PLUS $12 per day per vehicle. $96 for annual non residents pass for 1 vehicle.