Has 2 loops, one for big rigs and one for small ones. The lower loop for larger rigs is $35 a night with free wifi, but it was down when we were there. The smaller loop is very tight and on a hill side. No cell service in either. But a beautiful creek runs along the one side and the running water adds a soothing sound.
Would definitely stay again if there's an opening. Very ful all the time during the summer.
We stayed in Lovers Leap Loop, site specific reservable. All these sites are roomy, but often back or butt to the next site. New super clean showerhouse with plenty of pressure and hot water. We had great cell and hot spot service (ATT & Verizon). The Tunnel is well worth seeing also. Would definitely stay here again.
Not a lot of sites and most were reserved. We did get one for one night but thatwas fine. No cell nor wifi. But all in all a nice park with tons of trails and some awesome sights.
Only gave it 4 stars, not because of the park, but the weather, low in the 30's and high in the 50-60's and terribly windy..Stayed 5 nights early April in loop 2 in our motor home. The park was terrific and very clean. Loop 2 has a brand new restroom/shower house. The staff did an exceptional job of cleaning and maintaining the park, especially after the terrible flood not even a year ago. Reservations are highly recommended as this is a trout fishing park and fills up during the summer and on weekends. At site, 20,30, & 50 amp service. No water nor sewer at site, but dump and fill stations are readily available. New this year is free wifi, although spotty and very slow during busy hours. Verizon cell is ok, ATT non existent.