The campground is nice and well maintained and sites are fairly well spaced with lots of grass and open areas. We were in site 26, one of the FHU sites, for 10 days. Most of the sites were deceptively unlevel though. Our front wheels were about 4” off of the ground on our 36’ Class A, even though the reservation system lists the grade as“None”. Our site also had a fairly large but shallow depression on the passenger side of the pad that filled with water and got muddy when it rained, which it did the entire week. The water did tend to drain quickly, but the mud persisted for a little while. AT&T coverage was“inconsistent”, generally with 1-2 Bars and speeds between 0.15 to 0.75 MB/s, but usually around or less than 0.4 MB/s. Although the campground is supposed to have WiFi for purchase through a 3rd party, I was unable to get a stable connection to it. There is no cable, but we did have DISH satellite coverage at our site, as would most of the sites, as there are only fairly small trees in the campground itself, and I didn’t test OTA DTV channels.
The sewer opening was quite a bit larger than any of our adapter rings, and although we had dumped our gray tank several times during our stay, on the last two days, the sewer drain did backup and spill out a little, so be aware and watch closely. It also happened to one of our neighbors as well the same day. The park staff, who were very friendly and helpful, are aware of the issue and are trying to look into it.
There are several trails around the campground area, but it was cold and rainy the entire week we were there, and so unfortunately didn’t get to hike any, but would have liked to. This park is really off of the beaten path, so be sure to stock up groceries, propane, etc. before arriving.