Unfortunately, when we arrived, just as at Willow Creek SRA, we found the information hut abandoned, with no map or brochure to show us where to go. We made our first big mistake in not heading to the headquarters building right away, but we had no idea what was waiting for us.
|The first informational sign we encountered|
The road to the left took us on a steep and winding road that, when we reached the other end, had a sign indicating that RVs weren't allowed on it due to its steepness! Possibly a sign at the entrance would have been in order. Or at the least, a brochure rack with a map of the park. You can go HERE to find one we could have downloaded at home and taken with us.
After we found our campground, we were informed that we had to go all the way back to the administration building to register for the site as it was in the reserved section. This is when we found the alternate way to the camping area. It is 3.4 miles from the campground to the administration building and the areas of the park where all the "fun" things happen. It's all very steep and there are no connecting trails. There are trails, but they just loop around the various areas, not really offering an option of getting from one place to another.