We stopped here for a night on the way the Redfish. It’s a nice, small campground. The camp host was extremely helpful and friendly when I blew a fuse on the travel trailer. We took a hike to the hot springs the next morning which were very accessible and not over crowded.
This place is stunning! What makes this place so great is a combination of three things: 1. Accessibility (completely paved roads all the way to the campground) 2. Quality of campground facilities (extremely nice picnic tables, fire pits, pit toilets and tent pads adjacent to a fully paved parking pad) 3. Unmatched beauty (The lake shore is less than 100 yards from each campsite, boasting a majestic snowcapped mountain backdrop. Some of the clearest water I have ever seen.) If you’re looking to stay here, expect to make reservations approximately 6 months in advance.