We were pulling a 33ft bumper pull & last min decided to stay in the area. I was so happy to find this place. Beautiful park, nice lake, everyone was super friendly, big nice gravel spaces. Your neighbors are not right on top of you! No waste& water@spot but dump & water to use as soon as you come into park. Would old loved to have stayed longer!!! Def will b back if I'm in the area!
The park contains 5 campgrounds, and 1 remote lake access area. Fees for an electrical site on gravel are 20.05 a nite. Comfort stations are clean and open May through the first of October. There are vault toilets open year round. Sleeping cabins with air/ heat are available year round for $40.00 a nite. Cheyenne, Cascade, Hat Creek, and Horse Head campgrounds are located in the main section of the park, while Sheps Canyon is accesses via Highway 71 through Hot Springs.
I arrived on a weekend so perhaps during the week isn't so crowded. A nice lake but preferring a little bit of quiet and solitude, not my cup of tea. Tons of off leash dogs and your neighbors so close you can smell their farts.
Camped in 32 ft TT. Campground roads recently chipped and sealed. Deep and spacious gravel and level sites. Very clean toilets and showers. Quiet even when full on weekend. View of lake on outer perimeter. Staff friendly and helpful. Clean sandy beach. Stayed week in late August. Experienced temps ranging from 99 degrees to 43 degrees. Beautiful area.