Nice little park. Easy to get to. There are good directions in the other posts and on the BLM site. We found the road to be excellent all the way to the campground. It is a donation site, so you donate as much as you like to camp there. Sites are level and large with fire rings; I gave it a 6 because it is in a close canyon without much of a view. We saw deer, cows, squirrels and butterflies. Down the road another 2 or three miles is a spectacular view and a gravel area large enough for several motorhomes or trailers to park. This is all BLM land leased to cattle farmers. You can access any of it.
I give this campground a 10 rating because it is beautiful, but please be warned: the road to it is long and rough and, in wet weather would be impassable. The first 10 miles is paved. The next 10 miles is fairly smooth gravel. The final 5 miles is slow and rough, but very drivable. We made it there in a 42' Holiday Rambler Imperial diesel motorhome pulling a full sized truck with no problems other than massive amounts of dust from the road. We had the place to ourselves, a small herd of wild mustangs, some deer and a few cows. There are beautiful wild horses everywhere. The reservoir is stocked with trout and white pelicans are eating them as fast as they can. Good trails, climbing, bicycling. The amenities look brand new. Concrete picnic tables, brand new fire rings, great sites on different levels, all fairly separate and private, right on the edge of the lake. If you even think it will rain, get out of there! Otherwise, it is a very remote slice of paradise. Beautiful stars at night and no city or road noise, ever.
The owners work very hard to keep this park beautiful year round. We stay here whenever we are in Redding. It is stunningly beautiful in the Fall and now in Spring, it is green, shady and the azaleas are in bloom. There is a full service and parts RV dealership right next door. Ace hardware and two thrift stores right down the street as well as Safeway and downtown Redding less than three miles north. Park is spotless and the owners are as accommodating as possible.
Great site with good power, water and sewer. Good springboard for Sod House Ranch, Wild Life Refuge and Lake Harney. No grass for the dog. All gravel. Water quality excellent. Restaurant is slow, but good food. Store, gasoline, diesel, and propane are all available. Easy parking and someday there will be shade.
Great RV park with plenty of room. Smack in the middle of the Oregon Outback. This is one of the few parks that offers grass in this area. All others are gravel only which frustrates the dog. Camp has 50 Amps, sewer and excellent water. NOTE: water pressure is low, 20 lbs. We had to run our water pump to make up the difference. Most sites are over 100ft long. You will need at least three sewer hose sections to reach the pipe. There is a class A trail out the back of the park that gives hikers access to some beautiful scenery such as a rock bluff overlooking Dunder Und Blitzen River. We will definitely go back. Plenty to do and see, especially recommend the Steens Mountain driving loop. Spectacular!
Nice park. 50 amps, excellent water, sewer hookups, out in the open for great satellite reception, good cell reception, Wi-Fi, etc. Probably the closest private RV Park to the Lava Beds National Monument. We stayed for a week in a 41 foot rig and never ran out of things to go see and do in the Lava Beds National Monument. Hosts/Owners were very helpful and even made a point to come out to see us off. We'll be back. PS: Be sure to drive on past the Hawk's Nest RV park and go all the way down the road to Eagle's Nest. It's worth the extra 300 yards. PSS: nearest grocery and fuel is like 20 miles or more away.