this is a very nice camp ground, i only saw 2 trailer campers in the whole place! if you like tent camping then check this place out, it's only $12 for the night, all the sites in the back close to the stream are very quiet, with the occasonal hiker going to the falls passing by. by the road, it's a bit noiser, but the camp sites seem to be more private. LOTS of motorcycle noise in the day, and on the roads, so be mindful of our 2 wheeling friends, cause im one of them (but i didnt ride to the campground). the falls are very nice, the upper desoto falls are much nicer than the lower, and worth the mile and a half (out and back total) hike to get to them. i think they are nicer than the ever so crowded anna ruby falls. the trail is obvious with benches along the way to the lower falls to stop and rest if you so choose. the lower falls trail is a "harder" hike and not really worth it in my opinion, considering the falls are not as nice as the upper falls.
but over all this is a very nice site, with bathrooms, fire pits at every site, and poles to hang up food to keep them out of the hands of local wildlife. HIGHLY RECOMEND IT!