Surrounded by a beautiful mature hardwood forest, this campground is located on a small mountain stream with picturesque falls, rocks, and a bluff. Big Piney Wild and Scenic River are nearby. There is an accessible trail to the Haw Creek Falls. Camping - 9 family units. Camping trailers are allowed but no special facilities are available. Access to the Ozark Highlands Trail. The recreation area is closed following the 3rd week of December and reopens the 3rd week of March. Please note that the campground is closed when heavy rain is forecast. Campground and Day-Use Area Rules
Lovely area but you can hear the vehicles that drive by on the highway plenty of hiking nearby
Fun campground, not exactly remote but private enough. $10/night, which is more than fair considering the size of most of the sites. Swimming area is fantastic, a much needed relief after a hot day of hiking! Something really important to note though is that there is NO WATER!! Bring your own water in to avoid making a half an hour trip to the nearest gas station!!
This isn’t exactly remote, but it’s well developed without being overdone, with spacious plots. I think this would be a great area for families, though I was just passing through by myself. The location is very pretty, but be warned - the area is closed during times of intense rain, due to frequent flooding.
This area is beautiful. The campground is located in the Ozark National Forest. Beware of flooding during the rainy seasons. When it rains a lot, the creek floods and covers the road into the campground.
The sites are primitive. There is a decent amount of space between the sites. Most have fire rings and a great view of Haw Creek Falls. There are toilets but no bathhouse.
Enjoy the nearby trails while you are here! Pam’s Grotto was my favorite.
Nice campground, just the basics, does have vaulted toilets. Waterfalls in the area, Piney River and Highland Trail is very close. If you like getting back to nature, this place is for you.
I’m glad I found this campground. Quiet and clean. Several waterfalls in the area to explore. Drive-up, fire-ring, hook, bench, pit toilet. Hammocks are allowed if you choose.
It’s a pleasant, small primitive camping loop with a short walk to the falls. In peak season, it can get crowded, with cars lining the loop, people leaving food and trash around, making noise, and the toilets will smell foul. Be kind to people and nature. If you’re coming from or going to the east - and you’re here for the falls - take a drive by Falling Water Creek Falls on Upper Falling Water Road (dirt road). When water is flowing it’s beautiful. In between these two spots you must stop for a scenic hike at Pedestal Rocks.
Neighbors aren’t too close, and right smack dab in the middle of days of hiking! Great location unless there is a deluge, and you might get flooded out or stranded until the water goes down.
The place is beautiful. I’ve been there several times but won’t be going back. There was human waste on the ground in the middle of a campsite and dirty baby diapers thrown around even tho there are plenty of garbage cans. Not camping in filth.
Haw creek falls is a small campground that has only primitive campsites. But the scenery is worth it! The site is located near the haw creek water fall and the Ozark highlands trail runs thru it. there are 9 sites available at first come first served basis only.