Mud and grass pads with power and water and not much else. No picnic tables, no fire pits, no cell service or wifi, no trash cans except the one in the bathroom which was overflowing. Bathrooms were dirty and full of spiders. Great access to the lake and the largest spruce tree in the world, walking distance to a nice lodge. Traveled to many campsites over two weeks and this was the most expensive and least desireable that we saw.
Narrow tight sites, rutted, (buy some gravel people, it rains here all the time) lots of power pedestals marked out of order. Stayed one night. Planned to stay more but no reason to. No Verizon cell service, no tv. Resort gift shop was nice though. Staff friendly.
We stumbled upon this place thanks to RV Parky, and it seems to be a really great place. As noted, the spots are narrow, but unlike a lot of parks, there is a lot of common area - a picnic shelter, areas to walk along the lake and watch the sun go down, and a great little restaurant on site - the Salmon House. The scenery of the lake more than make up for the rustic facilities and narrow spaces. It is far enough from the highway that it is super quiet. I would love to come back here for a longer stay some time. (Only a four-star rating since there is no dump station, and since restroom/showers are so rustic)