The campground has eight RV sites, of which only sites 1 - 4 would accommodate a 40’ rig. It would take some doing with maneuvering and leveling blocks. Sites 1 – 4 have decks overlooking the lake and its beautiful surroundings. The park manager and staff were exceeding welcoming, friendly, and helpful. The wood for a campfire ring is provided free of charge. AT&T cell service was good. On some sites, the water faucet is located several feet down an embankment. Be sure to watch your hitch at entrance upslope. Daily rate reflects senior discount of $5/day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older State Park. It is on a beautiful small lake with 8 pull through sites. Sites 1-4 have 12X12 decks built out over the hillside, overlooking the lake. The restrooms and showers were dated, but clean. The onsite Ranger was the friendliest I have ever met. Dropped by a couple of times a day asking if everything was ok, and if he could help with anything. Nor really close to anything. Actually closer to the town of Sebastipol so I'm going to list it there, also. If looking for a place to get away and do nothing but maybe fish or hike, this is the place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.