Alison S.
Reviewed Aug. 9, 2020

Cool spot but lots of foot traffic

We stopped here for the first time for a hike and to check out the camping situation. The hike is just under a mile long, one way. Keep right at the fork early on to go the right way. Really pretty and shaded. You cross a few foot bridges and it opens up to a fairly good sized camping area with some scattered fire rings. It was surprisingly sparse camping wise for a saturday. Great view of the water just across a dry creek bed and over the hill. Good number of people enjoying the river and a few kids swimming but it was freezing so i dont know how they did it!

Parking lot was fairly full, there might be room to park on the road but im not sure.

I wouldn’t want to camp here because of the foot traffic and how close you have to camp to other people. Might work out good for others though!

Also just a reminder to please pick up your trash and toilet paper. I saw it all over the place at the sites along 224 and its just gross.