This campground is right on Lake Madison (although you have to walk down 50 stairs to get to it or walk down to the man-made beach). During the summer there are lots of people at the small beach area. There are a couple very nice shelters as well. It is flat and spread out. No water hookups which was an issue because the water in the campground is rusty. When we stayed here in August the dump station was not working either. The park ranger is friendly. A big word of warning: when they say they close the gates at 10:00, they lock the gates and you will not get back in! Because we stay here to visit friends, we will return. Even with the lack of water/sewer it is a pleasant campground. The majority of the sites are small back-ins, but there are 15 or so sites that work fine for bigger rigs, although they can be tricky to get into from the road. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is mainly a "worker" campground. People who work in the area stay here. The restroom/shower building is dirty, the grounds are not taken care of, when it rains it is muddy and the roads are gravel and full of pot holes. The owner is building two story cabins on the property to rent out and there was lumber and building materials all over. The rate reflects a monthly fee of $375.00. I have stayed here before and it has deteriorated so badly that I will not come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.