Was unable to check into this park because we travel with a Miniature Pincher. We have traveled with her for many years and this is first time we weren't allowed to camp because of her. They quoted that their insurance didn't allow Min Pins because they were part of the Doberman family. Perhaps their insurance company should do their homework--min pins are part of the terrier family of dogs, not doberman!
Sites are closer together than other provincial parks; but then other provincial parks don't have any services, so it's a good trade-off. Trains on both sides, so we used air conditioning at night to block the noise. There is a steep hill down to park, but do-able if you take your time. Lots of trees, grass, and other foliage. Excellent park hosts. We stay often and will continue to do so.