This is a wonderfully priced spot nestled in the middle of some great outdoor adventure opportunities.
We stayed in the mountain view cabin lower level with our two dogs. The upstairs neighbors were probably as quiet as they could be but you could still hear them walking around and using the plumbing.
The trout pond is not what they make it out to be on the website. It's a very small pond with zero shade at the entrance of the resort. It is not catch and release, it is catch and keep, whatever you catch, you pay for power pound.
The lake in the back has some primitive tent sites that looked nice. The rest of the campground looked very tight. The walk-in sites were next to an idyllic little stream with less crowding.
Firewood is available at the camp store but the store closes at 6pm so make sure you stock up on check in. We were able to collect kindling and some decent sized pieces from downed trees in the area next to the cabin.
Overall it was a lovely place to stay as a hub for a lot of attractions in this part of GWNF.