Page springs was beautiful. It sits at the end of the auto discovery route through the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. We arrived in mid May and the road to the top of the Steens was still closed for winter. Luckily there was a lot to do. We hiked the trail behind the campsites through a beautiful canyon. We saw snakes and fly fishers doing their things. We spent time at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge and saw more birds than I can count. We even saw a beaver.
The sites we big and each one unique. It felt like each had its own lawn where you had plenty of room to throw a football around.
There were pit toilets and, from what I could tell, no electric hook ups. No showers but up the road, you could pay for a shower from another Campground.
In may, the mesquitos weren't bad. It was still pretty cold.
Must stay if you are visiting the Steens or Malheur.