Camp facilities were clean and well maintained. However, we were the only tent campers around and the RV groups were loud late and early. We struggled to sleep because of the noise. Tent campers beware.
Stopped here to break up a longer drive to Shenandoah. Got in around 3:00 and had time to set to camp and make a quick loop through the 3 mi Falls Trail. Trail is incredibly well maintained and only moderately strenuous. Falls are beautiful. We were happy with our campsite and the restroom facilities.
We drove into the park for this campground because it seemed to have “walk in” tent camping that was more secluded than typical sites. When we got here, we found out that those sites are actually open fields with little to no privacy while, ironically, the pull through sites at this campground have tons of vegetation and are super private. Great bathroom facilities and we loved our quiet site. Drove south to the 9.8 mi Rip Rap/AT/Wildcat loop. Awesome hike with a great swimming hole about halfway. If you’re comfortable with a strenuous hike, don’t miss it!!!!