$45 for water/electric in what is basically a gravel parking lot, no picnic table, etc. For $55 a night full hook ups, you can park out on the peninsula beach which seems a bit nicer. Pay showers. 25 cents for 2.5 minutes. Playground and small splash pad. If you're not boating or using atvs, it's not the most inviting, attractive place and an expensive overnight stop but there isn't much else in the area.
Call before you come here. Ask everything and hope it don't change before you get here. Is now ran by Pirate Cove. www.piratecoveresort.com
We stoppd by here and dry camped in a large, flat gravel parking lot for a quick overnight stop. The cost was $15 and well worth it. It was just far enough off the freeway to not hear it. And they had a dump station in the dry camp area. We had a good dinner of baby back ribs and a couple of beers each for a fare price. They will even send a shuttle to take you to the restaurant if you don't or can't make the short walk to it. There was a full hook up area for camping also, but quit pricey as this is a large resort on the river with many amenities.