We stayed for one night as we were passing thru from Oregon to Central California.
- No cell service
- In the trees, very secluded
- Flush potties.
- Nice swimming hole, the water was warm in mid June. This seems to be the primary attraction for this area. Most of the families were gathered along the shore and playing in the water.
- Hiking straight out of the camp ground. But, it is a very steep trail, so make sure you bring a walking stick(s) and wear proper gear. This is also a heavy bear area, so pack your bear spray.
- Best for tent or car camping.
- Nice fire pits, wood for sale at office
- Fantastic place for kids… so many families with young children.
- The camp host and other campers were really friendly.
- Close to the road, we heard vehicles all night. We were in a hard sided camper two rows away from the road and could hear them inside. It’s got to be really loud for people closer and in tents.
- Tight spots and everyone is packed closely together (Check out the video).
- No electric, site water, dumping, or showers.
- Not suited for most RVs and travel trailers, you need to be very small and fully self contained. Our 19’ A-Line barely fit into our spot. The sites are close together, short, with roots coming up in the road and parking areas, and sharp angled turns to get into your spot. A lot of spot have over hanging tree limbs. We made it in our spot because our camper is super low profile during travel mode. Would not have been able to fit under the tree limbs with a normal camper.
- Hwy 36 from the 101 is very curvy with lots of narrow areas and very few turn offs.
- Not a good place for dogs, very few areas they are allowed other than your camp site. Upon arriving we receive a yellow sheet letting us know why our dog was a problem for wildlife in this area and all the reasons we should not bring him with us next time.
Over all, I this campground would be a fun place for families, wanting to disconnect from technology for a weekend of tent camping.