highway, but down a slope a bit, the place is pretty quiet and we settled into a pull-thru site that had spectacular views and a level pad. Some sites here have hookups, however our water connection wasn't working. We paid cash in the drop box (at our visit, summer 2018, $10 non electric, $20 electric) and soon a manager/owner on a 4 wheeler came cruising over to check in on us. We told him our water hookup wasn't working and he poked around a bit. Apparently all the water was out in the park. There is a boat launch and small dock in the park, although to get down to it you'd have to maneuver a pretty steep hill. The sign at the entrance claims there are canoe rentals, but we saw no sign of that, which was disappointing as the lake was beautiful and would be fun to explore. All in all, we had a quiet, peaceful evening here and were only joined by one other camper who was traveling the highway by motorcycle. He enjoyed a refreshing dip in the lake. I'm not sure if washrooms were in order here, as the main office building was closed, so a self-contained vehicle is a must. This place has the huge potential to be a real gem along the highway with just a little TLC. Hopefully the owners over time will do a little maintenance to get this place up and running, because it is a much nicer setting that we preferred over the other place in town.
Best Site: All except 1 & 2
Poor Sites: 1 & 2
Hookups: Electric & Water (water was not working during our summer 2018 stay)
Potable Water: No
Dump Within Facility: No