We camp here every year and have visited in all seasons. The grove is beautiful and the campground is very nice. There are three campgrounds within the park: Huckleberry, Madrone and Oak Flat. All have flush toilets and coin operated showers . Madrone is at the top of the hill and is very popular with families who desire more wooded areas. Truthfully, I don't see it. Huckleberry is just as wooded and is a much closer walk to the river. Oak Flat is closest to the river but is a dry oak woodland accessed across the river. There is a nice interpretive exhibit, ranger programs and hikes. Bears are not an issue here and the raccoons usually aren't either. We've seen otters in the river and there are some nice pools for swimming. My one big caution to families is to avoid the park the week before Reggae on the River until a couple of weeks after, unless you are visiting for the concert of course. In late summer the river get quite low and Blue-green algae can be a concern for children and pets and is better avoided.
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