The reinforced site pad made it nearly impossible to properly drive tent stakes in.
Fire ring was the flip up/down type.
Site seemed to be very well maintained and we saw maintenance workers a few times, never visited by camp hosts or rangers.
Sites were closer together than I’m used to, making for a less than restful weekend seeing as we were across from a family reunion. But they sure had fun!
Bathrooms were clean, showers had attached changing areas.
Nice hiking, shades of death trail has a fantastic man made dam waterfall.
Sites aren’t too on top of each other. Easily accessible overflow parking. Our site was on a small stream so very buggy, but we also got to hear bullfrogs.
Campgrounds are connected to some very cool hiking paths, very well marked. Do not miss the chance to check out cottonwood falls. Completely stunning location.
Campsites were well maintained, include bear boxes. The views on the drive through Shenandoah and skyline drive are not to be missed.
Easy access to hiking trails
The bathrooms were not super clean, but doable.
Site was well maintained and very clean. Bathrooms were clean with showers and wash stations. Great views of the bay and beaches. Very well stocked camp store.
We saw bald eagles and great blue heron.
Only minor drawbacks being; the pad for pitching tents seemed to have poured concrete a few inches down, making it tough to stake anything down. RV sites mixed in with tents so the sound of generators was pretty constant, but it was a scorching weekend, so might not be so bad in cooler days.