The wildflower site is less than a minute’s walk from the parking area and has easy access to the shower and bathroom, which looked new and clean and had hot water + electricity, which was unexpected and a nice surprise. Like the name, there were plenty of wildflowers in July. I really appreciated how well maintained the camp sites and facilities were.
Scott was a generous and welcoming host and I’d recommend his site for anyone traveling or passing through the area. It is within an hour and a half of many hiking trails and lakes. You can camp in the forest for more privacy, or you can camp in with the animals and have access to a fire pit with grate, a table and chairs, and an electrical outlet. WiFi was on from 4-midnight and extended through the backyard.