The views were wonderful - we were in the walk in campground - campsite 208. The walk in isn't far but there are two hills to combat to get to your site, it was worth it but does get very tiring! The water was fantastic with many spots to swim at the point. There are also huge rocks that you can jump off of. The dog beach was very small - but happy that there was a dog beach at all!
The downside is the train tracks that are close by - during the day not an issue - the constantly blaring of the horn just blends in with the background noise. However, at night when trying to sleep it was very very loud and seemed like it was louder and longer then the blare during the day!!
There are no trails which is a downside.
The walkin site was great but the bathrooms - outhouse was the worst that I have ever experienced camping. Yes I get it that it is an outhouse but it was absolutly disgusting. You could smell it feet away and to go into it was brutal.
We didn't see any wildlife except chipmunks and we took the chance leaving our coolers out and wedged under a table. The park rangers walking by said it shouldn't be an issue as they only saw one bear last year and that was in the main campground. Not in the point / walk in sites.
Overall, good experience. Water was great, train sucked but probably would still go back to the walk in sites. The other sites didn't look all so great - everyone close together, no privacy.
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