Along Elk Creek, about half of the campground has sites on the Creek, but very few actually have access to the creek. All of the sites have nice trees and shade. There are three nice pavilions in the campground that you can reserve (or hang out in if they are available). There are no showers and the bathrooms are older, but clean. There is a dump station and a handful of sites with hookups for RV’s. The camp host has ice for sale at $2.00 a bag (some of the cheapest ice pricing I’ve seen in a campground!). Nearby is the Twin Bridges Conservation Area with nice hiking trails; be prepared for some elevation gain and loss as you go over hill and dale. I don’t fish, but apparently this is a great stocked stream for trout fishing.