We camped the day starting May 15, the day it opened. No one else here. #12 & 13 are across the road from the rest of the campground and there is quite a bit of traffic during the day on the gravel road.
COE is going to all recreation.gov for...
Great base for visiting Washington D.C. Metro station 10 minutes away.
Sites have electric. Many not level. Bath house fairly new with nice showers.
For those traveling to D.C. the Metro is a great way to go. Reston station has parking...
Google translation of Denis’ review:
Small campground very welcoming and very clean. You may need a longer hose for drinking water and a Y to share the faucet with your neighbor, but everyone works very well and that is not a problem. The drain...
About ten minutes from the great BLM area at Saddle Mountain. Nothing fancy but basic dump and filtered well water, washing machine and dryer ($3.75), basic grocery items in his office.
Easy access to Highway 395, but entrance road is gravel and a little rough. Vault toilets, water, and a dump station. Gorgeous location with views of the lake on one side and the Sierras on the other.
"#13 is right on the lake. Others are not. "
"Very convenient if staying at Saddle Mountain BLM. The owner David is very friendly and helpful. "
"Nice little BLM campground "