This park is much improved since last postings. There is no longer a store. Bring it with you. Park is well taken care of by rangers. In season there is a camp host. We've seen some pretty large RVs there, but the road in is quite a ride. It is paved all the way, but there is a steep grade up to the dam and some pretty sharp turns. Also, one must keep an eye out for rocks on the road. Park is nice grass, lots of shade, paved sites with picnic table and fire pit. Some sites can now be reserved.
This is a very, very well kept park. All sites are pull-through on well manicured grass. We were quite a ways from the office so WI-FI was weak but it worked fine. Got a really decent rate as we were with our Good Sam club.
What a beautiful place. 50 yards off the back of our trailer was Stanley Lake, and across the lake was a great view of the Sawtooths. Picture post card! Campground was well groomed and the restrooms were very clean. There are pumps for drinking water, but we found the water to have a rust taste so we were glad we brought our own. Price reflects $10 reservation fee and Senior discount with a federal card. I checked the GPS and found us at 6600 ft.
We camped here three nights with our RV club. Wi-Fi is weak unless you are near the office, and some sites are a bit tight. The managers and staff are very friendly and helpful. Our group was treated to homemade cinnamon rolls and coffee our last morning. The private beach area is great with canoes and kayaks available to guests.