We all definitely liked this campground. When we pulled in to our sites, we were greeted by elk roaming the park. The sites were not completely level, but they were really nice cement pads. There were trees throughout the park – we were parked under a mature oak tree so we were pelted with acorns when a breeze would stir….they sounded like gunshots on our roof but we got used to it. We really enjoyed watching the elk throughout our stay – they were obviously used to people…..but you did have to watch where you were walking because of all the “droppings”! There was good distance between sites – they were pull through and angled so you didn’t feel too close to your neighbors. There was absolutely NO WIFI but they had cable for TV. BTW – you DO need a national park pass to get in to this campground.
|AMENITIES||CLEANLINESS||HELPFUL & FRIENDLY||SITE FEATURES||PRIVACY||WIFI, TV, PHONE|
|TOTAL SCORE = 3.7||FULL HOOK UP COST PER NIGHT = $42|