Beautiful park with tons to do. Campsites in area 1 were a little close together. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring, and charcoal grill. Bathrooms and showers available close by. Reserve early because it seems the campground is always full. Like most parks/forests, you cannot bring your own fire wood.
Quiet campsites with a view of the lake. Bathrooms are currently closed. Campsites offer little privacy. Fire ring, charcoal grill and picnic tables at each site.
Great campsites off the forest road. Amazing views of the mountains. Cement picnic table and fire ring provided. Basic bathrooms available. Steep decline into the river right next to the sites. About 10-15 sites available, first come, first served. Pretty secluded and private. Travel to the dam and reservoir for great water views!
Free campsites off the side of the forest road. Pretty secluded and quiet. Some cars driving past throughout the night. Each campsite is spacious with parking and campfire ring. We experienced big red ants in our site. First come, first serve. No reservations accepted. Forest Service officers collect license plate information to make sure you are not staying beyond the 14 days allowed.
Great views and great campsites. The tent sites include a sandy pad for your tent, picnic table, fire ring, camp fire grill, and parking space. Bathrooms are close to the campsites and were clean. Only downside to the campground is the campsites are a little close to each other. Camp store stocked with beer, wine, food, coffee, t-shirts, and gear. Bring your own fire wood. Laundry and showers located at the store for a fee. Campground was crowded, so make sure to make a reservation. Simple reservation process on their website. Easy access to the lake, parking and a short walk to the swimming beach right accross the street from the store. Kayak and paddle board rentals available. Didn't have any luck with the wifi, but who needs wifi when camping?! Also didn't have any cell service, but again, who needs it? Campsite is dog friendly!