This is a free campground at a former CCC camp in use during the Great Depression. Crews house here built the Hart Mountain road that passes through the Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge. The bunkhouse remains.
The backdrop is the beautiful Hart Mountain area. Lots of wildlife here in the wetlands and meadows of the Warner Valley.
Each site has a fire ring, picnic table and there are vault toilets. There is a central water spigot for potable water but large rocks prevent you from filling your tank unless you have a longer hose.
The sites aren’t that private due to lack of vegetation but they are spaced far enough apart that you have a sense of privacy. There are some very dark skies here.