This campground is open and there is no warning in effect. I have no idea why The Dyrt has inaccurate info on this page. I tried to update the listing but there is no option to correct it so I contacted customer service but they said they would not help. The campground definitely is not closed, though, and there is no warning or any other advisory in effect.
As other reviews have stated, this is a great place to stay for a couple nights if you are in the area for a specific reason. It isn’t a great place if you’re just planning to hang out at the campsite. The trail along the river is pretty limited and the sites are close together. The one thing about some of the full hookup pull-through sites that was a huge bummer is the picnic table and fire pit are on the wrong side of your camper. If you want to sit at the picnic table or have a fire at your site, you’re sitting along the main road instead of with your camper in between to give some privacy. I have not seen this at other campgrounds. Probably because most people don’t want to be in the middle of the road when they’re hanging out. Our site was one of the ones like this and we tried sitting out there for a bit one evening but it was just awkward. Not every full hookup pull-through site was like this but a lot of them were so choose wisely if you can.
The camp host is super nice, firewood is available at $5/bundle, and there is a dog park. The dog park is not exclusive to the campground, however, so it’s very busy since it’s public. $35/night for a basic site and $38.50/night for full hookups. There is quite a bit of open grassy area, which was nice to walk the dogs through, but again everything is public so you’re sharing it with day use people or anyone who wants to come in and hang out for a bit. The bathrooms are functional and pretty clean, although the water does not work consistently in the sink in the women’s restroom near the first few sites. There are showers and laundry.