Paved access roads. Large gravel site. Nice enclosed Pet Run area with water and bags to pickup after your pet. Escort to your site and assistance backing in is provided. This is a quiet and well maintained park just minutes from Graeagle. This is our third visit here so far.
Ponds and streams are home to a large number of ducks which can be noisy at night. After checking in we discovered a guest of the site next door was parked in our site and was at the pool. Required a phone call to the office as this park does not offer an escort to your site or assistance backing in. Sites are asphalt, but are deteriorating and no longer level. There was also a mobile home in the park in a major state of dis-repair. The rest of the park was decent.
Nice large sites slightly above the valley floor. B - Loop is for RV's Water close to sights, but no hose threads on faucets. Best to fill tanks at dump station on the way in. Fire Rings and tables at each site. Close to Furnace Creek Visitor center and campground. No Generators allowed.
The campground is clean, surrounded by large trees and had a fantastic view of Lake Tahoe. The roads in the park are paved with well packed sandy pads to park on. Our site was a little too close to HWY 50 (Lake Tahoe Blvd) and was a little noisy at night. We will definitely be going back.
The campground is in a beautiful setting surrounded by trees and the Carson River. Access to sites 11-25 is on a steep, narrow and roughly paved road with sharp curves. Campground map does not give an accurate layout of sites or the road to them. We stayed in site 13 which required us to drive to the end of the road and back into another site to turn around when leaving. We have a 27' travel trailer and would not have been able to turn around if the campground was full. The campground is better suited to small trailers or motorhomes. Sites have DG pads and nice fire rings and tables, but most are not level. Can be noisy due to traffic on Hwy 88. Breakfast at the cafe was good.