This campground is very nice, if you''re the type that likes to get away from it all. There are a few different ways to get here, all of them rough dirt roads. Still, most cars would probably not have a problem with the shortest route, which takes you right past one of the only waterfalls in Newton County visible from the road. There is no running water at the campground, except for the creek, of course! All of the campsites are quite large and spaced apart. There are trails at the back of every site that lead down to the creek, and the creek itself is perfect to walk down during the dry months. In fact, the best part of this campground is the hike out to Richland Falls and Twin Falls. We took to the creek bed for the hike out, which is something that would be impossible in higher waters. The giant boulders scattered thoughout the bed made it quite a challenge to navigate, but the scenery was worth every sore muscle. Richland Creek has some of the clearest water and most rugged, breathtaking scenery I''ve seen, and I''ve seen some beautiful places. If you happen to visit in wet months, be aware that you''ll have to ford a tributary at the beginning of the trip, and Richland Creek at a bend in the river to get to Twin Falls. On the way back from the falls, we found the trail on the right hand side of the creek right past the 90 degree turn and followed that back. We made much better time, although the going was still rough, as this is not a maintained trail, and in several spots where trees have fallen, the trail just goes up, up, and around. I suggest taking your time on this trip. Pack a lunch, or better yet, backpack out there and spend as much time as you can exploring this spectacular creek.