This campground is heavily wooded with mostly cottonwood trees and other river-bottom types of vegetation. The South Fork of Ogden River flows adjacent to the campground. Firewood is available from the on-site Host. Popular local recreation activities include fishing, hiking, swimming and tubing down the South Fork Ogden River (a life jacket is required for all tubers). Causey Reservoir, a scenic mountain lake, is five miles east.
The first campground you encounter while heading up canyon and also one of the smallest. Right when you pull into the campground you see a large pole structure that has 3 info plaques about you guessed it! Magpies! This is a good site for tents and for vehicles with small trailers as there are 6 single sites and 3 double site @ 23$ and 46$ respectively. There are concrete fire rings and picnic tables along with 2 prep tables at each campsite as well as drinking water spigots and vault toilets throughout the campground.
For fun things to do in the area look no further than the large Pineview Reservoir! Since the campground is low in the canyon it is easy to head the rest of the way out and make it to one of the reservoir's many marinas or beaches. It's a great place to boat around and fish in or wake board or water ski in if that's your thing! The beaches also make it easy to lounge about or fish from shore.