This resort was closed last season due to the construction of a fish hatchery right next to the camping area. It is mostly complete now, and campground was full when we stayed July 18 &19. The road down to the resort from Hwy 2 can be intimidating to some, and there is a sign advising motorhomes 36 ft or more to unhook towed vehicles. When we arrived, the road was VERY rough, but the next day it was graded and was much improved.
Many of the sites are pull-through and while pretty level are dirt which is easy to track in. The hook-ups for sewer at some sites were not great, and a couple times we noticed a bit of sewer smell in the air. Most sites are shaded by big trees, including Cedar. Restrooms were clean and the showers looked fine though we did not use. There are trains going by on the other side of the river, but no horns most of the time--we suspect that when they did blow them, it was due to wildlife on the tracks as there is nothing else out there needing horns. All in all, a nice place to stay and the management team were very nice.