Due to winter weather, other options not available
We usually stay in the National Forest for our visit to the area. Our favorite campground (and many others) were not open yet due to the amount of snow the area received during the winter.
Let's start with check-in. We arrived about 1:20 pm after a 7.5 hour drive. Went into office and there were 3 women chatting behind the counter. After waiting for acknowledgement, I had to actually say excuse me to ask about check-in. We were promptly told check-in isn't until 2 pm and they went back to their conversation. Keep in mind half the park was empty! Because of our dates, we had to have 2 separate reservations (check-out of site 1 and recheck into site 2 on day 6). We went to the office to make the arrangements to recheck-in, knowing we were probably going to have to move our RV, and were told check-in isn't until 2. What are we to do? There suggestion "go sight-seeing".
Cable never worked. We reported it to office on day 2. By day 6, still no cable service. (We really like watching the news for the area whenever we can.)
There are 2 different types of sites, Standard and Premium. Standard are in a parking lot situation with water, electricity, and cable. Premium sites are in the wooded, dirt section and also include sewer. The standard sites are well defined with parking lines. Premium sites are not well defined. We stayed in a premium site.
Our Premium site was relatively level but the dirt roads through the wooded area had potholes.
The restroom in the Premium area was well maintained. The only disadvantage to these were the showers. They had a push button that allowed water to flow for about 30 seconds. You have no control over the temperature of the water.
This campground is on the edge of town. Hospital is about 2 blocks away so you hear the sirens. Grocery is about 1 mile away. Skiing about 5 miles away.