Remote and quiet campground. Only .5 mile hike to the falls. Shellburgh Falls is tall with a huge basalt cave that you can walk behind the waterfall and down below to actually stand under the waterfall. Very pretty. No one was camping when I was there. Long but pretty drive down a gravel road about 5+ miles in until you get to the campground. Restrooms, water, and trash cans there to use. Very clean. However, when I tried to visit there again the road was closed due to the fires near Detroit Lake last year. Hope it survived!