I just got back from a weekend backpacking trip to Wall of Jericho and stayed at this site located right after coming down the hill before crossing the bridge. Although the site is a little smaller, space for 2 maybe 3 tents, it is perfect for the kind of trip we wanted. We hiked in on Friday afternoon and set up camp. Then on Saturday morning after eating breakfast we headed out on the mill creek loop hike towards the Tenessee trailhead and exploring many of the hidden gems and side trails along the way (see photos of the blue hole and blow hole). The trail starts right at this campsite which was perfect since we could just take day packs and leave most of our gear set up. We then ended the day hiking the last section to go visit the Walls of Jericho and see the falls. Springtime is the best time to be here especially after a big rainstorm since the water levels are higher making everything more dramatic. Overall, although the other sites may be bigger this one is in a great location and has a lot of privacy and great water access.