This campground had riding trails that could bring you to Sly Creek and secret camping sites that a quad or 4 wheel drive could find. It's closed until 2023 due to the fires. My review is based on my experiences prior to that. The main camp area sits on 2 sides of the creek and has hand pump water and a vault toilet. The road to the old campground is largely washed out but some still find their way down to enjoy the more private and primitive camping and the freedom to get a kid as they want... plus 2 private beaches next to the creek. No bathrooms or water at the old campground and the rangers do come through to make sure you don't have a camp fire down there. Beware there are TONS of mosquitoes!!