closed. Fortunately, our fresh tanks were full and our grey and black were empty upon arrival. Despite the quirks, we enjoyed our stay here. Some tent only sites are set along the river, which are more wooded. Our site, along with all RV sites are more inland, but offer more sunshine, which we enjoyed after some previous days of rain. Sites here are spacious and private from neighbors with fire pits and picnic tables at each. There are over 50 sites here, only half of which can be reserved and no size limit, so this makes for a nice first come, first served site for larger rigs with tows as pads are long, level, and paved. Sites on the western side of camp face Highway 1 and do have some road noise. There are geocaches in the park, along with canoeing and fishing along the river. Firewood is available from the host, but you'll have to walk a ways to get it.
Best Sites: Tent sites along the river, but most sites are lovely.
Worst Sites: 28
Potable Water: 20 gallon maximum
Dump Within Facility: Closed at time of our visit (summer 2018)