We felt our campsite was plenty big enough for our 30 ft. trailer, chairs, dog, and equipment. The chipmunks are everywhere and will steal food. Our dog was quite annoyed.
Follow the walking trail to the logging museum. Logging equipment, buildings, train cars (all outdoors) with guided tours and a gift shop. The nearby river is small and beautiful.
We had a pull-thru site, lots of room for our chairs, dog, and camp equipment. It was very hot and there is no shade but luckily we had a canopy. The Deschutes river is nearby, short drive, so bring water toys/fishing supplies. Drive about 30 minutes into town if needed. The little park store has ice for $3 a bag. No internet available.
We have a 30 ft camper and reserved a campsite 6 months in advance. There was not a picture of our site on the website (C10) but we were pleasantly surprised. Parking the trailer was a little tight but doable. We had plenty of room for our chairs, dog, and camp equipment. The lake was a short walk from our campsite. Bring water toys!
The bathrooms/showers just behind us. Plenty of shade and surprisingly peaceful for it being such a big campground.