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You will not be disappointed! Wish I could have stayed longer!
This is for the camping portion of the campground, I did not stay or see the inside of the various cabins available. The camping area is just a large open field area where people can park/camp where they would like. This would work well if you had a large group and several RVs wanting to be next to each other. There are also no tables, which camping in your car during the winter not having a table to put my stove on made it a little bit more difficult to heat up water/food. If I remember correctly I didn't really pay anything to camp, mainly just to access the pools. The main pool area was a large pool like area with a barn like covering. This pool was not hot at all and the amount of children splashing and playing did not make it very relaxing. The pools outside were a bit more quite and a bit warmer but filled up fast and only comfortably held maybe 20 people and wasn't scolding hot if you like that sort of hot springs. Also the changing rooms had no glass window panes in them so the large "window" let in all the wind. Which I was there during a high wind storm with freezing temps. This means it was miserable changing into/out of my wet bathing suit. The owners were nice and the view was also pleasant, but I would maybe travel to another hot springs before going back.
This place has great little grassy areas next to each pull through—each one has a newly planted tree and a picnic table. The sites are level. Contrary to listing they do have 30 amp service. There’s a little playground for kids, as well as a warm, clean bathroom with showers. There’s a laundry room, which I didn’t use. This park is very near the Summer Lake Wildlife Refuge, which is a great place for birdwatching. Lots of little quail were hanging out in the park on my recent visit. If you need supplies, head over to the Summer Lake store, which has a very friendly owner. Otherwise the nearest real grocery store is about 72 miles away. Take a drive up to Fremont Lookout for a breathtaking view.
Gorgeous primitive campground nestled among the tall pines. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings, but no electric, water or sewer onsite. There’s no potable water so make sure you bring what you need. There are two vault toilets. Campsites will fit a variety of needs, including longer campers, though only a couple of sites would fit the “big guys”. Sites are first come, first served. Note we had zero cell service on both Verizon and AT&T. Very pretty, clear river runs through the campground and is a popular spot for kayakers/paddle larders and fishing.
There are spots to park your RV and hook up to water and electric. It is a gravel parking lot. There are designated tent spots in the dirt next to the gravel parking lot.
There is a nice heated restroom with flush toilets. Showers are available, however they are $3.
The area was very windy and noisy.
There are no campsites here. It is clearly posted NO camping and is just a rest area / picnic area.
Clean and simple campground. Twelve sites (three pull into spots and 9 where you park seperate and then walk around a fence to the tent site). 2 semi clean vault toilets, nothing to write home about but also fairly clean by comparison to others. Beautiful little lake/Creek next to the campground, only downside is it results in an abundance of mosquitos, like so so many.
Must be some horses near the campground too because I heard horses all evening.