Wide, level, paved, shaded sites. Nice picnic tables, fire rings. Sites 102-113 are in a small, standalone loop with their own bathhouse. I prefer that smaller campground feeling.
Nice air conditioned, clean bathhouse with flush toilets and...
Very narrow sites, close together with shrubs and trees for privacy. Only A and B loops are close to the ocean. Not a bathroom in every loop. Clean. Quiet during quiet hours but noisy at other times.
We stayed at Fireside when the temperature took a dip and we didn’t want to continue our stay in the National Park campground without electricity.
The Wi-Fi was excellent. The park had doggie stations with poo bags and a disposal can.
We loved this campground! Quiet, great views, nice bathrooms and showers, and a good road in and out. Level site with nice picnic table (covered.) use of grills prohibited due to current fire risk.Water and electric were good. Dump station is...
We stayed 1 night while crossing Texas to New Mexico. It’s easy to find as it’s right on I-20. Despite being close to the road, it was quiet. Site was level, hookup was simple. We didn’t use the camp Wi-Fi or TV but both were available. ...
The park is off the beaten path but not difficult to get to from the interstate and easy to get back on. Site was mostly level. Wood deck was nice. Restrooms were clean, site was clean, and park was quiet.
This campground had everything that I like in a State Park: hookups, good bath house (immaculately clean), hiking trails on site, picnic table and fire ring, plenty of space, not too many campers, pretty vistas, quiet.
I would stay here...
"Nice sites, very clean "
"Off the beaten path and worth it!"
"Convenient, Quiet, Clean"
"Lovely, small, well-maintained "
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