Arrived mid April, stayed for nearly 10 days. Area gets approx 80 of rain per year. Very nice, clean CG. Seasonal closure shuts down loop A. Loop B has 44 of the more spacious trailer oriented sites. 18 of which are reservable, remainder are walk in, no hookups (yet power and water were available). Paved pads in assorted lengths, fire pits, picnic tables, water, electrical, no sewer anywhere on CG. Dumping only available at North Falls Group Camp ~2 miles north), no charge. Sites are clean, mostly well shaded, with decent space between sites. Bathrooms (men s) was clean & heated. Multiple shower stalls were clean, and VERY warm water. Park staff and CG hosts were all very polite. There was confusion about what sites were available with hook-ups. wood, ice, available for sale(~$5), showers $2 (no time limit) Loop A has ~55 tent oriented sites. Loop seasonally closed at time of review. Sites seemed small, cluttered, much too close together, ZERO privacy. CG fees grant free day use access to Falls. Over 20 miles of hiking trails, 10 very beautiful waterfalls in excess of 175 in height. Overall, this place is probably a madhouse during the on season, up during the off season, B loop gets is between 40-90% full. Definitely worth a visit if your in the area. The waterfalls are noteworthy. I found this park to be very much worth a visit. And will GLADLY stay here again anytime.