We stayed here for three days in the beginning of August. The sites were fairly close to one another. The river provided great trout fly fishing and mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for camping.
Fairly large campground with large Fir trees that provide shade during the day. The creek runs next to the campground which provides wonderful water sounds all night. Swimming in the nearby Salmon River is a great way to spend a hot July day.
This is a busy campground with 18 sites. We have stayed on several of the sites and most offer seclusion and privacy with large trees separating campsites. A trail leads down the the Smith River that provides great rainbow trout fishing and swimming opportunities.
The campground was crowded when we were staying here. Some sites were more secluded than others. Our site was right on the road which offered little privacy. The host was very helpful and provided brochures for the different waterfalls to be seen in the area.
Is is a small campground that is sparsely populated. The road to n is tough and about 10 miles of narrow gravel road. Sites are not labeled but large and surrounded by dense trees and Moss coverage. Beautiful river runs next to the sites and several great trails take off from the campground.
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.
The sites are on a paved area with fire rings and picnic tables. You can access the creek from the sites and have access to a nice biking trail that follows the creek.
This campground is very secluded and offers good fishing opportunities in the mountain creek.
Sites were well shaded and comfortable during the day. It got quite cool in the evening. Bristle cone pine trail was great.