Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Staying at Camp Edison in winter is a treat. They keep the paved roads plowed and your campsite area that is paved also cleared. We have heard stories of heavy snow with 5' to 6' of snow and so all you get is the paved site cleared so may be tight if you have slide outs on both sides. Camp host are not there on the weekends "they leave like at noon on Friday" so you have to keep an eye out for an Edison truck driving thru the park to get tokens for the showers and they are nice and warm. Only a few sites are open in the winter and they only have electric and water. We were able to run up to China Peak Ski Resort for a day of snowboarding. Very quite and peaceful.
Only 4 stars because no sewer hookup.
We also enjoy staying there in the summer.
Nice campground but nickel and dime you
Overall we had a good stay. Lake is nice and campground is average. Very tight camping spots with lots of small posts lining the spots that are easy to hit. Biggest complaint was all the extra fees. Kids are extra, pets are extra, boat is extra, the dump is $25, they have laundry and showers but they force you to buy $5 cards when laundry is $1.50 and dryer is $1.75 per load so you can never buy just what you need.
One last thing, they have a 3 strike rule, we got one for being too loud at 10 pm (that was justified, but a simple keep it down would have been fine) then we got another for the dog being off lash in our camp site...problem is it wasn't our dog but the neighbors dog. Anyway there was no point arguing so we sucked it up. Doubt we will go back to be honest.