We are in our late 60s and have camped in hundreds of places. We have used many port-o-potties but none filthier and more neglected than those by the river. When we complained (and even showed pics) we were told they were changed over the weekend. HA it was Monday! One was very close to the top.
We were then told that they had no say in the matter and the porto-people had the say. WHAT? We left, forfeiting the next night's cost which is high as you will see for a campground.
Additionally firewood was the priciest we have seen, it cost us $16.50 for ten to twelve pieces of pine to have a fire.
We also had a night in which the Ranger vehicle monitored the area (we were the only ones on that side of the campground) for quite a while, then flashlighted us even though we made no noise. It was extremely creepy.More
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