June 14, 2020 - reviewed by Anonymous
Would be much better if it wasn’t so run down. Campsites are very close to each other. At our site the electrical hookup was a far reach so we had to park backwards. There was tons of poison ivy coming up through the gravel at the campsites so no sandals! The trails were also unkept and overgrown near our campsite. Nearer to the Falls the trails were in better shape. The camp store was not well-stocked, but that could be due to COVID-19. Laundry facility has 2 washers and 2 dryers. $1.50 to wash$1.00 to dry. The attendants were very friendly and helpful so kudos to them!
October 18, 2017 - reviewed by Phil McCutchen
RVs Stay Away!
Worst state campground ever! Arrived just after dark. Camp hosts met us and apologized first thing for the condition and layout of the campground. Seems to have been designed for car campers in the 1940s. Counted six sites in a row next to the bath house that were only 8' wide by 33' long with about 6' between them and graded 6 degrees from front to back. Our site was large, but nowhere near level. When we parked on the most level spot, our door opened on the road and the electrical connection was 25' away while the water connection was 45' away. Tent campers appeared to have some pretty good sites, but all of the RVrs we spoke to had similar complaints. Will not return, even though the falls and hiking are worth seeing.
July 17, 2017 - reviewed by Campy McCampface
Falls made It
Came in at night, barely a cell signal and several signs were not up making finding our campsite horrible. Took an hour to navigate tight turns. No help from any rangers. Campsite itself had old garbage from who knows where. Staff at campsite were very nice and everyone around the falls were great. Expected a much nicer, cleaner campground for such a marvelous scenic waterfall area!
June 6, 2017 - reviewed by Toine
I am from Belgium.
Nice trials , easy to do.
Falls is worth while.