This is a beautiful campsite tucked into old growth Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar. It's dark and cool. The sites feel secluded because of the trees, but they are really pretty close to each other. Most sites look suitable for tents, but the pull-outs for most are pretty short and not level. Some are not even close to level and a lot of rigs would have trouble leveling. If you have a big rig or one that is not easily leveled, this may not be a good campground for you. The bathrooms are really clean and have flush toilets, but only one per loop, so you may need to walk to another loop when nature calls.