when i called to book my reservation, i was told cabins were 300 a night which was too expensive for me so they offered a shelter for 125 - i wrote down all they said it came with - a/c, toilet, fridge, 6 single beds, coffee-maker, wash sink, and grill outdoors. i also asked if there was a website where i might view my choices and was told no. actually you can view them at rockinr's website, and i found that their cabins are only 180 a night, with the exception of one which is 250. we found when we arrived no grill, fridge, or coffee-maker, only a fire circle to cook in with a lot of trash on hill leading down from the shelter. to the river. i did mention to camp management that we'd picked up nearly a 30 gallon trashbag full of cans and paper from the front of our campsite, and the two cabins on either side of us were just as bad, but no one came to correct the situation, as people checked out and others checked in - the trash remained on the hill, and is possibly now floating down the river. we also found no place to recycle cans like they have on the other side of the river. i was disappointed that camp management did not offer any sort of renumeration for having misrepresented our lodgings, and that they did not appear to be concerned about the trash even though there are signs stating that this is an environmentally sensitive area.
Pros: great location for river tubing, rafting, etc.
Cons: grounds not well kept