We stayed only one night, around the 4th of July. It was very busy with lots of kids and little privacy. We had lots of fun with the river right there and watersports. Bathrooms and showers are available for a fee. Busy campground and park for fun.
We were there over the weekend of the 4th of July. Lots of campers and children, we only stayed one night as there were too many people and we moved to a quieter campground nearby. Bathrooms and showers were provided for a fee and there was the river there for water sports. Overall a fun day
There are bathroom facilities. Beautiful views, hikes are about 1-3 miles. Beautiful overviews of the falls and if you’re adventurous and fit enough can climb down the canyon to the base of the falls and walk along the river. Lots of wildlife, watch out for rattle snakes. Stick around for sunset you won’t be disappointed. Camping is in an open grassy area, no reservations or real boundaries between sites, all sites are smushed together. Very transient turnover. Most people stay one night. A discover pass is required.