We only stayed here for three days or so. The camping is free, with a port-a-potty funded by The Access Fund. The stone is not the best limestone, but it is limestone with pockets galore. Short powerful routes, so this place will feel soft if you have strong power and endurance reserves. We hit this place right after spending three months on perfectly long Mexican limestone routes, so we had the power and endurance reserves; it was a nice place to visit. The routes are side by side and not longer than fifty feet or so, at most. Ten lines in a day was the norm. Calling it a outdoor gym is appropriate. We'll return. If you're in the area check it out, it was worth it.