I send every guest detailed directions, gps coordinates, and maps upon booking. As long as you have g oogle maps and follow my directions, you shouldn't have any problems. There's a mile and a half of dirt roads between the interstate and the camp site. It gets bumpy and puddles do form when it rains, I suggest driving around them. A high clearance vehicle is recommended but any passenger car with a capable driver will be ok, we've had sedans here.
Too bad Bobby Neel here left due to some rain clouds on the horizon, that makes for the best sunsets and lightening shows. A rain cloud at the horizon doesn't mean its gonna rain at the site. I think Bobby Neel's problems with the site had way more to do with Bobby Neel than the site. Please read the other reviews, and bring an adventurous spirit.