$15 a day, dry camping; fill out envelope and cash (or check) and drop in iron ranger tube by toilets, where board shows spots that are open or claimed. Host is in big rig as you enter lot. Gravel lot and most sites have picnic table and fire pit. A guy drives around at 5pm selling firewood (if no burn ban in effect). Host is very helpful and can squeeze smaller rigs, camper vans in some spots in an overflow situation.
Crowded when kids are out of school. Popular site. $7.50 per night with Senior National Park pass. No hookups. Water and tank dump available 3 miles north.