The campground was mostly empty for our stay but the ranger said it was filling up by the weekend for most of the summer. Our campsite stretches back into the woods giving us a place to set up our teardrop and still have plenty of room for a tent and screen room. We love the plentiful greenery between sites - it feels like we’re alone out here.
The ranger was friendly and helpful. She went out of her way to get us a guide to a hike on the island by the falls. It’s a small island but we hiked there right from camp. The island is more of an open forested area. There are markers but you can also just wander. We found a few nooks around to relax in. Some were occupied by families so we gave them their space. There are plenty of picnic areas on the far side of the river. I’m guessing that it fills up with people wading in the water.
Even though we can here traffic from the highway it fades away when camp gets moving. This is a beautiful place to camp.