Random brought me to this beautiful spot campground. I was driving a small, fantastic and little driven road, the NF-48, from West to East, when I found this campground. I landed first in the day use area, which was in July 2019 $5 per visit. Later I drove over to the campground, which was $23 per night. The board at the entry did not make clear about how to pay for the stay and there have not been envelops. Just after the entry has been a camp site "HOST" but also a sign "OFF DUTY". I past that and picked site 11 right on the lake. A few hours later the camp hosts, a lady and a man, drove around into a golf cart to collect the fees from the new arrivals. She said that she was a former pre-school teacher and was very friendly. Altogether the campground was very quite, no car or city noises, just the sounds of nature, like the geese on the lake. The night was pitch dark and fantastic for star gazing. Throughout the campground were water faucets to refill your RV tanks. I did not visit the baths, so I can't comment on those. Cell reception was one bar AT&T if the hotspot was placed well, near the lake. I took a bike ride to the nearby village and noticed many of the homes and mobile homes are for sale, starting at around $60K. I assume it gets too far out and lonely for people who once invested here into a residence. One said: It's hard to access this area in the winter. The lake seems to fluctuate its water levels. In late July 2019 it still had a decent level. Marks on the shore suggested that it was like 6-8 feet higher at an earlier time of the year. Google earth looked to me that the lake can be much lower later in the Summer as it was on my visit. Great was too that I could see Mount Hood, with its snow top, in about 15 miles distance from my camp site.