Just ran into this spot and was pleasantly surprised at how nice it was especially for the cost. Showers and facilities were great and clean. Tent camping and RVs were separated in different loops which is nice.
The campsite is nice and wooded, sites are spaced nicely. There was a bear box and a fire ring at my site. Plenty of hiking nearby.
The recreation area was a real nice surprise in terms of scenery. The rafting looked great at the right time of year.
I don’t think there was any first come first serve sights, but there were plenty of sites mid October.
There looks like great mountain biking, horseback riding, and some challenging hiking near by.
I’d check out Yahoo Falls which was really nice. I can imagine at high water Angel Falls would be grand, even though there was low water it was a nice and easy hike along the river.
It’s awesome!!!! Currently the sites are closed due to Covid (as of 10/28/20), but the ranger said they were putting a plan in place. I believe there were 8 spots, all in the Interfunks area. Each site is isolated from each other by the dunes. It is a short hike in less than a mile to the closest sites. The trail is well marked by posts in the dunes. The park is closed from 8 PM to 6 AM in the summer and 6 PM to 7 AM in the winter so you and the other campers will be the only ones in the park soooo cool. The sites are primitive, no shade, no toilets and no water at the sites so be prepared for sun and heat. Water available at the visitor center and pit toilets at the trailhead. Please go to the nps.gov/whsa for more info and status on opening. It actually snowed the night before I got there. Enjoy!!!