I stayed in the yurt; this is a good option if you are a minimalist and don't need a lot of comforts. This is like car camping with a very large tent that you can stand up and walk around in. It has about 4 large cots and a small metal table. Not bad, but I wish I had brought a thermarest - that cot was just too hard. There is a picnic table directly outside, but no water. There is a spigot in the nearby picnic area; this was especially valuable since the camp bathrooms are currently being remodeled. So currently no running water other than spigots. There were porta potties all over the campground, including three not far from the yurt. The food in the little restaurant is good, and the older gentleman that works there (mostly checking people in, I think) seems very kind - watch his sense of humor!
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