This is a small community park which is wonderful for picnicking, and allows overnight stay. Freshwater is available as our pit toilets. There are some fire rings. In the middle of dry sage brush country, a crisp crystal clear creek runs through the little town and the park is kept very green with large shade trees. Nearby historic buildings and foundations to explore, as well as a few off-road or mtn bike trails.
Stopped here for one night, the cost was only $15 which was great. Bathrooms with flush toilets and showers. The lower campground looked great with trees and right next to the river but all the sites were full. The upper campground is really only good if you have an RV or are camping out of your car. It was crowded but for the price it worked for us. There is a boat access as well. We had pretty good cell service (t-mobile).