We stayed in the #2 class B primative campground right next to the river. Porta potties, no water or electricity. It is just beside the river and a nice easier hike is nearby walking distance. It is a popular hiking area, for good reason. Sites are pretty close to one another but people were nice. We would go again. 2 kids aged 8 and 6 liked it, although water is not for wading/swimming. It's a few miles from the larger state campground where the RVs stay, but went there to get firewood and a car tag. Nice lady there told me we could use their showers, but we didn't as we just stayed a night. We would go back, the forest is beautiful and trails well maintained.