The clean bathroom and privacy between sites are probably the two best aspects about the campground. The creek is what makes it actually worth the drive though. There are 5 sites, one without access to the creek. We got the last spot when we arrived, but it did not have a picnic table?? So that was tough as car campers. Another drawback was that there were A LOT of bugs here. Also felt like we were driving down a driveway at one point in order to find the place. Push past that and keep going towards the water, not the homes nor ranch. There are cows right by the bathroom too, making it feel like this a campground squeezed between a creek and several private properties. Picked the place on a last minute change of plans and it was free (didn't see a box or registration station?) so I can't be too picky but I probably wouldn't stay again because of the issue with one site not having a table, another not having creek access, and bugs all around. Sites are FCFS so you roll the dice by coming here. It could be possible to score a really excellent site, but that wasn't really our case.