For Elk's members only (see www.elks.org for membership info). A good, clean, safe place for an inexpensive overnight stay while traveling through the area. Nothing fancy, but pretty well-kept grounds. Water and 20/30 amp electric only. Voltage was on the low side to start with and was easily pulled down to below acceptable with a load applied. There are no sewer connections and no dump station is on site. The sites are off the main lodge parking lot, reasonably level, gravel covered, and close together. You won't be putting out an awning here and wide slides could be a problem. While big rigs should be able to maneuver through the park just fine, fitting into the sites lengthwise could be a snug fit unless you allow the back of your rig to hang over the rear of the site. The camp host present during our stay was very friendly, as are all Elk members! A W-iFi signal was available, but we didn't attempt to use it. AT&T had strong signal strength and our Verizon MiFi worked great. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The understanding of Elk Lodge camping was for traveling Elk members to have a safe, clean overnight stay stop. This lodge rents out spaces for long term, some even permanent live in year round. No reservations accepted, yet people are allowed to pay ahead for a spot and not actually occupy it. There are unoccupied trailers there that are actually for sale. Members are turned away due to no space available. Very disappointed with this Elk campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.