Locally known as Misty Mountain, this place will take you back in time. There is no electricity, no water, incase you didn't read that already. 1 restroom with vault toilet. I used my ultra quiet generator alot. Charging batteries, making lots of coffee, keeping heater running in my rig to prevent mold, because it happens quick here. The sites are we maintained and nice flat areas. Big rigs and horse trailers make the climb all the time, so don't worry yourself if you drive a little eco car, it will make it up just fine as well. Drive slow and be cautious at all times. If your rig is over 9000Lbs I'd advise stopping half way down and rest your breaks. Park Ranger comes along several times, which makes for a reassurance of sorts.
I went up here for Valentine's day. One of the cleanest campsites I have seen. It is secluded enough that it's not overrun with people, but easy enough to find. There is plenty of stray brush to burn on top of the wood you bring yourself, and it has benches and iron grills above the fire pit for a nice little picnic.
Place used to be a great hidden gem. Guess it's just another spot you have to pay way too much for a spot with basically no amenities. Used to be free. Had no host. Was a favorite spot of mine. Not worth it anymore.
Clean as a whistle, very quiet, great ridgeline and creek hikes. Could have stayed a whole week. Make sure you have good mosquito protection. Going back as ofyen as I can, it was so nice.
Beautiful campground among old growth forest. Clean vault toilet. Great campsites for people with horses or just to camp out! No potable water. No garbage service. So bring water and garbage bags! Other than that it's beautiful, Quiet and a great getaway on a coastal mountain in lush forest!