Reviewed Aug. 24, 2020

Nice, quiet, peaceful

I enjoyed staying here, the hot springs/campground nearby were closed (and for sale) so this was a pleasant suprise and respite. The spaces are far enough apart that you feel like you have privacy. The history here is the Indians would strip the bark from the ponderosa pines to get to the edible layers, and several trees in the campground still have scars on their trunks from this practice. A bonus staying here that you have free access to nearby Camp Sulas laundry facilities, showers and wifi. Be warned that the park service comes through at 9am in the morning to power wash the driveways and toilet facility, it would be more courteous to sleeping campers if they waited until after checkout time.

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