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Fantastic host, well maintained campground, good layout, pull through, dog friendly, walking path, campground next to road but very quiet. I would recommend
Very well run campground. Friendly and responsive owners. Lots of trees help to beat the heat. Clean bathrooms & showers, laundry facilities, and good internet. Grounds are well kept. Easy access from freeway. Sites are a little too close but encourages getting to know your neighbors! The mile…
Had a cool old village to visit. Bathrooms definitely need updated!
Friendly camp managers greeted us. Found the camp well maintained and shady. We only stayed overnight as we were enroute to Minneapolis. As others have mentioned, the access road is dusty and a bit bumpy. There is a nearby Walmart Super store and fueling stations.
Really cool place. Quiet. Beautiful view. A few misquitos, but not bad at the sites farther from lake. $15 per night. Most sites open even though its a thursday before July 4th. Plenty of room for larger RVs AND have privacy if you go to the non electric part of the park. Lots of separation at most…
This campground is not far from I-94. The campground is clean, quiet, and beautiful. We enjoyed the views of the lake and the rolling hill, the immaculate star gazing, and peacefulness of this camp ground.
There is a resort nearby with ice cream, firewood, and souvenirs.
Coming from the East, we…
My kids and I enjoyed this site on our hike along the NCT on Lake Ashtabula. The primitive toilet even had a mailbox with toilet paper!
Nice big pull thru spots. Close to I 94, but the traffic noise isn’t too bad.
It was raining when we arrived so access road muddy! They add added some sand on areas and we had 4 wheel drive! Owner very friendly, stayed an extra day to rest on our across country trip to West Yellowstone!
Maticulatly cared for campground, safe, friendly, a nice place to rest, small but pretty walking trail that the kids can bike. Mosquitoes in August.