To get there you have to take a long dirt road but when you get there the views are wonderful. You need a high clearance vehicle or you run the risk of damaging the vehicle. The last few miles of the road are the roughest. The campground has great (non-smelly) pit toilets. Plan on bringing plenty of water. There is non there.
There were no fees to enter the Park or camp. The campground did fill by early afternoon and people were waiting to take our spot when we left about 10:00am. Our visit was in mid-April. Plan on spring and fall being busy.
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