Camped here last weekend and had a wonderful time. Hikes ranged in length and for avid hikers, there’s lots of interesting ups and downs and varied terrain plus great scenic payoffs.
And the bathhouse is THE CLEANEST I’ve ever experienced at a campsite. You’ll be answering nature’s call in a bug-free, cedar-wood, private bathroom instead of stalls (when you’re not peeing during your hike of course). Showers don’t have a single speck of dirt and have ample room to change without being in public view or getting your clothes wet.
We were in a larger group split between 3 sites– 2 primitive and 1 platform. If you’re planning a larger group trip I would say this is ideal if some have tents because then you can all cook together with the convenience of the “chow box” including pots and pans as well as 2 gas burners. Super convenient for breakfast oatmeal/eggs that are a pain to cook on an open flame. Tip: a 6-person group over 2 nights didn’t finish all the wood provided so don’t over-order.
Staff were very friendly and helpful in giving local tips on hiking and things to do in town (just a cab ride away if you’re interested)