First class campground. Has almost everything you could want. Has a great boat ramp on priest lake. Sites are spacious and well taken care of. No pull through spaces but back in large enough for big trailers. Nice beach to swim or sit on next to the boat launch. Does have a few boat slips.
Very small spaces and tight quarters. Not for very big rvs at all. Spaces aren't very level. Does have picnic tables and a fire pit. Whole place is pretty primitive.
I rented a long term space here for over 2 years while working in Washington. Price was by far the best around. It's a very good sized place with spaces to accommodate even the largest trailers. Even when full there's room to maneuver.Full hookups, wifi, bathrooms, shower, laundry room, swimming pool. Has seperate parking for boats, utility trailers etc. Lots of big trees around for a fair amount of shade. Is pet friendly. Manager lady is very nice. Has a separate non power section for tents or dry camping. It's not the fanciest but for the price is great.
As stated in description it's rustic. Not much to it but it did offer a sheltered place to build a fire/get warm and weather a bad storm. In the summer, the long rough road into it is not for everyone. Scenery is good and very quiet. If you want remote with the bare basics, this is the place.
Ok place. Wasn't overcrowded when there in October. No amenities but you can have a fire there. Was pretty peaceful.
Ok campground with bathrooms. But beware it is not for 30' or bigger trailers. Rv spots are on the small side and you will not be able to get a large trailer turned around. The turnaround loop road at the end is too tight. I had the unpleasant experience of having to back my 37' trailer all the way out to te main highway. Fifth wheels may be able to make the loop but the rv spaces are rather small. No way you could leave a vehicle hooked up and not block the road.