We arrived just as a fire had started days before so our view of the lake was somewhat impeded but it was all part of the experience. The campground itself is well organized and the bathrooms are clean. It did get quite cold in the tent even though it was august so be prepared for that. The key sights were quite busy but the rim road is long enough that you can always find a spot that is quieter to enjoy a snack or lunch. The hike down to the lake is well with it (but beware it is a hike not a walk, especially on the way back!). The best part was getting an eye level perspective of the lake (along with a cool swim). We loved it and would love to come back to see it in the winter as well.
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