My husband and I took our first camping trip together here this summer. We had a great time. We brought our labrador with us and she enjoyed it as well. It was very quiet and a lovely setting. The camp host has firewood available for purchase as well. The hike to the falls was very short, on a well kept paved path. We will definitely be back.
I love this little campground. There's ten spots on the right that are all pull-throughs (for tents or small trailers). The sites don't have a ton of privacy, but they have tables and such, enough room (some are much larger than others), and half of them are right overlooking the Lewis River. On the left side there's another eight walk-in campsites, most of which have lots of privacy. The walk-in sites are a very short walk from the parking lot, so unless you need your car or trailer, they're a pretty great way to go.
And finally there's a day-use area just a short walk away with absolutely amazing views of a sweet waterfall.
There's pit toilets, but bring your own water.
I've read horrible reviews about the "camp host" on other sites, but we didn't have any interaction with her, so I can't say anything for sure about it and our time there was lovely.
Tips: Bring exact change in cash. When we were there it was $12 for a campsite.
Great campground in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Smallish campground with about half the spots right on the river. Nice day use area slightly separated from the camping. Picnic tables and fire rings. Mostly tents when we were there, but there's also pull-through driveway type spots that could fit a trailer. At just $12 per night, price can't be beat.
Plenty of trees and grass. Most spots are slightly exposed to the turn-around road, but still feels private since there's space and trees between the spots.
Not too far from Mouton Falls, which are amazing, plus other hiking and swimming areas nearby.
11 is a walk I’m site that offers the most seclusion in the campground. You are away from all other campers and surrounded by river and trees. The hike along the river and to the waterfalls is short and offers great swimming and relaxing. Fishing is not permitted on the river that runs through the campground.
There are places to swim along the Lewis river, Silverstar look out point is near by, plenty of trees for hammocking and gathering firewood. Very missy and relaxing, the sound of rushing water will help put you to sleep.