We were there after the Labor Day weekend so was very quiet. Only 3 people in the campground. We stayed right on the river (Lake Roosevelt). No fires allowed at this time (Dry) and a lot of fires burning in the area. (Smokey).
The campsite was just Okay. Nothing special about it. Would not stay here again. Quite a bit of road noise going to the lake. Road was pretty rough getting there. Bathrooms were clean. No firewood.
We stayed for 3 days, not crowded but after Labor Day. Could hear some road noise but very little. Very quiet and peaceful. Nice hike (walk) to the log flume exhibit, 1 mile and paved. Wheel chair accessible. $3 senior pass.
Looks like a horse camp. Plenty of room for any size rig. Good road getting there. Go North and take the road back to Loup Loup campground, nice drive (gravel).
Plenty of fire wood and pine cones. Bathroom (outhouse) was clean. Only 3 spaces. Very quiet, once in a while a wood cutter goes by. No phone service. Nice walk across the road (mushrooms).
No fire wood or pine cones. Only ones there. Maybe busy on the weekend.
"Long way on washboard road"
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