A loop trail crosses the river twice with viewpoints overlooking two sets of waterfalls. The first waterfall is just a short distance from the parking lot but the trail goes up a steep hill so wheelchair users may need assistance. A bridge, directly over the falls, gives visitors a great view of the top of the falls. The rest of the loop has hills, roots, and steps and is not accessible.
The campsites are level with good spacing and vegetation between the sites for privacy. We did not see a designated accessible site but most of the sites are usable. This is a good campground for those of us who do not make reservations. Almost half of the 103 sites are first come/first serve. We arrived around 3:00 on a Friday afternoon and had our pick of sites. I think they may have all filled later in the day though.