Tent camped in walk on site #18.
First, the bad: there are a lot of day use visitors going to the falls not many come down by walk in campsites, but all of them drive past the larger sites (and park in front of your site). It was really hot in early July. So hot we left and went uphill, drove around in the AC, until it cooled off. Pit toilets smelled like death and were so-so clean. Bugs everywhere.
Now the good: the falls are really neat. It’s quiet here in the early morning and evening. Walk in sites are very private, and the rushing stream next to them adds a layer of feeling like you’re not in a campground. Sites are spacious. Wheelbarrows to cart your stuff down the hill. Bear boxes a little small, but bears aren’t really a nuisance here either.