Some sites more private than others, but all are situated in a nice pinion/juniper woodland. Some sites have views of the beautiful peaks. No water on individual sites, but spigots nearby. Picnic table was in a nice shaded part of the campsite. Bathrooms were clean and the showers worked well. Plenty of hot water. If you are camping you still have to pay the $7 entrance fee.
Visitor center had a good variety of books and brochures and the staff was very helpful and friendly. Nice murals in the small auditorium section in the visitor center.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking