This cool and shady campground is fairly remote and offers relaxing campground features such as fishing, beaver dam viewing, a self-guided nature trail and interpretive signs.
This is a first come, first serve campground with pit toilets and the standard set up. We found it to be perfect for tenting and set up mid week, having the campground almost to ourselves. We were told the weekend could get busy but while we were there maybe 5 people were in the entire campground. The area had a recent burn but plenty of big trees still existed to camp under. Not far off of 90, this is a great spot. The camp hosts were friendly and knowledgeable and ready to help. The plus, it was $7 a night! We were told it would go to $15 next year but this is still a bargain.
Nice, densely forested campground with lots of sites long enough for our 31ft travel trailer and crew cab pick up. Clean campground with vault toilets. My only disappointment was there’s not a water feature through the campground. You cross over a small creek on the way to the campground from I-90.
Just a couple of miles off of I-90 which keeps this campground quiet yet easy to access. Well maintained and clean.
Perfect location, as it is away from the highway, in a wooded setting. Sites are further apart, clean and plenty of space.
Beautiful creek and nature walk, with a self-guided tour, telling about the history of the area (logging and mining).
We didn't have time to stay and explore but this campsite was perfect for our 1 night stop over. The sites were clean and had lots of space between them. We didn't experience any biting bugs or wildlife visitors either. We will definitely stop (and stay) here again.