Reviewed Jun. 17, 2021

If you arrive in the dark while it’s pouring rain

For anyone who’s never camped at this location, the campsites are located in a few places (keep reading) which isn’t listed on the map by the (vault) toilets, no running water other than the creek, and NO CELL SERVICE.

Upon turning off the main road into the Raven Cliff Falls area there’s a trail on the right prior to the bridge. This trail leads to a few tent campsites.

Cross the bridge, you can continue straight down the gravel road that reads “Dead End” or turn left into the parking lot which is a loop.

Left into the lot, circle around to the backside. Behind the parking lot there are quite a few campsites. There’s a yellow sign posted on a fence that says No Camping behind this fence, with two picnic tables behind the fence in a small grassy area. Just inside the woods to the right of the grassy area is where the campsites are located!! They’re spread along the stream, in the shade and accessible by well worn paths. So you’ll have to pack in your items. We camped along the creek at one of these sites. We absolutely loved being by the creek, and a lot of the sites are spread out to give a good bit of privacy. We were visited by a bear two of the nights. The bear took our neighbors dog food they forgot to pack out. So pack out all food items and trash or hang a bear bag.

If these sites don’t do it for you, you can go down the Dead End road. You’ll find numerous dispersed sites, some of which you can park next to, some you’ll have to carry your things in approximately 20yards.

There’s also campsites along the trail to Raven Cliff Falls, which is a 5mi. round trip hike.

We enjoyed camping here and will definitely return.

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