Made plans with my son and his gf for a weekend of camping at White Rock (this was last year - Sept. 20, 2018), and booked a campsite through Recreation.gov and paid the fees. Upon arrival we checked in through the office and were directed to our site. It took only a minute to see there was a problem. As we unloaded the truck, hundreds of walkingsticks started climbing on our stuff. They were all over the ground and even falling from the trees!! Within minutes there must have been thousands!! We were immediately loading the stuff back to the truck and headed back to the office. The park caretaker acted like it was no big deal, even stated, "this was the second year of the infestation" (her words). Infestation?? Why wasn't this mentioned on Recreation.gov?? There was no way you could spend a relaxing weekend camping if you have to fight these insects off everything you own!! Upon returning home I contacted Recreation.gov and applied for a refund since we were unable to camp there…I was denied and no reason was given!! It would be a good idea to call ahead and check on any campground that is operated by Recreation.gov, because obviously they don't care about the site, just your money!!