Bathrooms were immaculate, and the sites are spacious and not right on top of each other. Other then the creek (not available from our site) there's no recreation. If you're looking to just set up and relax, it's wonderful. If you want some activities such as hiking or more, it's not your best bet.
Quiet family place. Swimming hole. Water available. Bring own wood. Surrounded by private property, so no hiking. 1/2 hour from Spokane. Free with Discovery Pass. Fills up by Friday afternoon.
You will need a Discover Pass to camp here but other than that there are no extra camping fees.
Each campsite has it's own fire pit and a picknic table. While some sites are more private than others they are all within walking distance to a drop toilet.
The only downside here would have to be the number of wasps throughout the grounds. Wasp traps would be a nice investment but when you're outside you have to be prepared. For things like that.
There's a small creek that runs through the campgrounds. Not great for swimming (very shallow) but luckily there are many swimming spots locally that you can visit instead.
All in all I had a really great time while we were staying on the grounds. The gates close at 10pm so you don't have to worry about people driving in at all hours of the night.