Shannon G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 17, 2021

Quiet Winter Camping

We stayed on the campsites next to the shower house by the pool. We were actually on one of the sites that used to be the old camper cabin. They have cleared away the old cabins including the concrete pad they sat on. We noticed that those old camper cabin sites only had 30 amp, no 50 amp. There is no shade on the site we were on, something to think about in the summer. The new camper cabins were across from us and looked very nice. We were camping with three other friends and were next to one another, two sites on one side and two on the other. This left a really nice large green space in between us that we were able to set up three e-z up tents together. The campground was busier than we thought it would be, but the traffic light up and down the road. The shower house was clean, has three flushable toilets and I think three shower stalls. The parking lot down by the main trail entrance was packed on the weekend. If you didn't get up early to hike, you were sharing the path with a whole bunch of people. In the winter season, the other side of the campground is closed (left at the top of the hill), but there are still plenty of spots to choose from. The pool was redone last year, but I don't think it ever got used due to COVID and I would imagine it will be busy this year.

  • Our view from our campsite - to the left of this are the new camper cabins.
  • You can see our three ez-ups and still a lot of green space.
  • The pad was a little unlevel, but nothing we couldn't manage.
  • Brewery 33 is right off the exit from 33 to 664 - they have a lot of options to choose from, have an outside seating area, food truck and dogs are permitted on leash.

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