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The North Fork Campground sign is gone so if it's your first time going there it's the first camp on your right 6 miles up. There is no host on site and no stores near by so take everything you will need.
The Ranger does come by daily to stock vault toilet paper. That's it. We stayed in site #7 for 5 days and think it's one of the best sites, ground level and feets of the raging creek. It's a small family oriented campground with happy campers. The trail to the waterfall is just 1 mile between site 8 and 9. I would return again and highly recommend it. It has both lots of shade and sunny areas.
Although I love site #7 it is very rocky. I don't have trouble walking but kept tripping over the rocks. It may be tricky for some folks.