It would be 5 but the truth is when I look at these campsites on this app I want to trust what is listed. So I’m not sure if I’m rating the app or the campsite for this listing. There is no way you are going to pull through over 90% of these spaces. They are back in only. The ones you might get away with, is close to the creek and the ground is soft it sinks so definitely no big rigs. The hills leading into the campground go up and then drop down to a very steep grade. This is a bit much for anything of substantial weight and the lower areas are sand roads. It almost tossed me over on my bicycle. The shower area is a bit under “camp ground” status. Needs new paint. Smells of mold. We travel with shower shoes so I am just happy to have a shower as I can go 2-3 days without one. The rates are about $20 a night and this is off season. They will give a good Sam and passport America discount. But not half off like most people honor passport America at. We saved about $4 a night. So as long as this app is updated to show what it actually provides and cost I would give it a 5 Star. If I was traveling in my larger class A I would not have wanted to figure this place out the hard way. But for this trip we are in a 22 ft Winnebago. So we have more ability to move around. I also find it hard to find anything $20 and below a night without worrying about your bikes being stolen and drug deals going down. So happy to meet nice campers, the city park/rec patrols park regularly and you pay city hall office for your rental and they are awesome people.
Location is very pretty, needs some cleaning up. The spots on top of the hill look like residents and the spots looked very uneven and soft dirt. Down the hill the back in spots were pretty level. The bathroom had mold, only two other campers down here, but felt safe and quiet. Would be great if cleaned up a bit. Had to go to city hall to pay fee during the week.