I should have done a little more research before reserving a spot as this was not what I was looking for. There were pastures and fields surrounding the campground which was set back in a part of forrest. The street in front of the campground was a main road that cars and tractors drove up and down all day. All of the other campers were quiet and respectful but the location was not what we had hoped for. As far as recreation goes, neither we nor our neighbors could find the falls. There were regular flush toilets available and it was decently clean. Plenty of field space and climbing toys for families. We stayed in site 48 which was away from the other campsites but near the entrance to the campground and close to the road.
First off, rainbow falls are not what you would expect by the name. It is located on a river which has a small drop which is more of a small rapid then a water fall.
That being said, the campground is well kept. There is a large field with a playground, pavilion, and playground. The river had a lot of great swimming holes for all ages.
Rainbow Falls themselves aren't too impressive but my kids still had fun playing in the river. The campground was on the smaller side with only one loop but it had a huge field to play in and a small playground. Some sites are huge and others are tiny so be sure to check out the pictures beforehand to know what you're booking. Overall we enjoyed our stay there.
Rainbow falls CG is a little worn out not to mention the restrooms in the CG were under new construction so it was quite a walk to the park restrooms if you didnt want to use the porta potty…
Big open field for playing, horseshoe pits, small playground, river trail, and fishing.