No sewer at any of the camp sites. Nice views and quiet. Spaces were a little tight to get into. Looks like they are in process of sprucing it up.
This is a beautiful place with wonderful views of the Almanor Lake. We had two peaceful days here watching the wildlife and chilling out. We had a 32ft RV with two slide outs and had plenty of room between the trees. We had hook up, but had to go to the dump station. This was an easy task with a one way system. It's fair to say that this has been one of my favourite stops. I've hated the resort type campgrounds and if you're the same, then I highly recommend this site.
Spent two nights there in October. The so called "off season" but for off season it was way too expensive. 43.00 a night after fees and taxes. No internet unless you are standing in their office. You get electricity and water thats it. And a dump station on way out. On the plus side it is on the water and you can tie up a boat next to camp.