I stopped here on my way back to Utah and I'm glad I stopped here on the way back. If I take this route again going to Cali (where I usually go) I will stop here. The campground is right off the highway and even though you can see cars going by, the traffic is light and the campground is far enough where it doesn't bother you at all. Each site has a bush (in varying sizes) that provides some privacy, but the space between the spots is a plus as well. I like it here; hopefully you will as well.
This was my first time camping at this campground. There was snow everywhere, and quite a few available spaces. The spaces are decently far apart, and the bathroom facilities are warm and clean.￼ (Theres warm water from the faucets and the toilets flush). This place is like a winter wonderland if you come during or after a snowfall. Breathtakingly beautiful.
Great campground. The sites are separate enough where you're not to close to your neighbors. The area was burned several years ago, so there are no trees. However, the grass has grown back in and its still a very, VERY beautiful campground (IMO). I was able to get a spot on back to back weekends despite not having a reservation (Lucky, maybe).b The bathrooms are clean and if you park further back in the campground, that bathroom has a flushable toilet, sink and an air dryer for your hands. Pretty impressive.
My girlfriend and I day camped here for several hours. Even though there were numerous people here, we were still able to get a little piece of heaven from the Tony Grove Lake area for several hours. It was well worth the visit.w
This location was recommended by my girlfriend Andy I'm glad we went. There were a lot of bugs, but if you're prepared for that, it was a great way to beat the heat. (This was on July 15th) 70s during the day, 40s at night. The drive going through the forest was awesome as well. The sites are well kept and they're not packed. Great place to visit.