The campground is outside of town nestled in tall pines, next to a crystal clear mountain river. When we stayed, wildfires were burning due East from the town. The smoke didn't impact respiratory system much thanks to the blowing winds. Yes, there are trains close by, but earplugs and/or white noise app made UT a non issue for us. It was great to unplug, even though we did have some at&t service. Sunrise/sunset by the river is really peaceful. There is a day use area and a boat launch. A clean park. Decent space between sites. We are a 30' class A with a tow and we fit just fine. We used our on board facilities so I cannot speak to the pit toilets. Hosts were very nice. Pro note: if you play golf, you MUST go to the golf course just down the road. It is fantastic. Oh, and there is a new brewery that just opened in town. Check them out. Really nice folks.