Great, easy 3 mile RT Trail and one of only two trails you can take dogs in the park. We went in the morning and there weren’t too many people.
No hook-ups but the campsites were big, and we were able to have our dogs. The Ocunaluftee Trail wasn’t too far away, which was one of the only trails allowed for dogs, so we did a nice morning hike before breaking down camp.
The directions on here were not entirely accurate, we had to keep driving another mile or so, and the falls were marked with signage along the road and had a parking area. Beautiful falls & we were able to take our dogs. There were even some small swimming pools for them below the falls. Definitely worth the stop!
Campsites had plenty of space, and there were lots of nearby hiking trails. We didn’t go to the beach due to Covid, but we did see a lot of other people out there and it looked nice.
Definitely worth the stop. I questioned eating here as we walked up, but the staff were friendly, the place has a lot of interesting history (it was a stop on the Pony Express), and they were just named best burger in rural Nevada. We got some burgers, and they were pretty good!
Beware, this campground is not actually located here!