There are two loops, Loop A which is closer to the river and Loop B which has lots of downed trees that have been worked on as well as walk-in sites. This was a neat campground in that nature was front and center. Tons of moss, deer wandering around, and the slugs! They were HUGE!! No showers here(I don’t think any of the Olympic NP campgrounds have showers), but you can go to the Hot Springs resort and pay for the use of their locker room and showers(and of course the hot springs pools) if you need. There was a great trail to a waterfall as well as three other trailheads either right in the campground or very close. Most sites had picnic tables and firepits, but the sites that were closed due to downed trees did not have tables(maybe removed for tree removal?).