We had a nice time there and weather helped out, not 110F, though there is a big BUT.
Portapotties were in great shape. They were cleaned every day and mostly restocked with toilet paper. Blue Moose did a great job
The on-site built restroom/shower house were terrible.
Every trail we hiked was struned with trash.
9am Saturday they closed the park to new arrivals. 5000 person capacity.
The overnight camping fees are a little ridiculous. We stayed Friday, Saturday, and left on Sunday 10am (must leave RV spot by noon). We arrived after 4pm to avoid the day fees on Friday. We had to pay for the Sunday day fees whether we stayed all-day or not.
Two adults, one 30amp RV spot for two days and two nights = $150!!
Great views, clean restrooms and very helpful staff. Full hook ups (city water & 30amp shore power) for back in spots. Pull through had 50amp.
price $38 per night
We stayed in mid November 2017. Weather started off a little warm on Friday, 81F. Again on Saturday with a high of 82F but a cold front came through and dropped the temperature over night to 37F. Large campsites on the the lake shore with many trees around. Our campsite had a spot to put in the lake with our kayaks. Restrooms were near by and very clean. Bring your own soap as the Star Parks do not provide any in restrooms.
Great hiking trails on the island. Other trails allow bikes.