We first passed a privately owned DIY place before actually getting to Ophir…it looks a touch “dodgy”…once we got to Ophir, I felt the sites were super tight w too many people at it. We opted to dry camp down the road a bit and we’re much happier. The crows are massive and will destroy anything that might have food or garbage in it.
Bishop’s Castle was nearby and well worth the stop!
October 6, 2020 - reviewed by Walton
Checking website said it was full for month of October but went anyway. It was almost empty. Tom is camp hosting and is very helpful. Beautiful and secluded with trail to water fall. Quite. Second time there. Toilets were clean.
September 4, 2018 - reviewed by Michelle
Quiet campground nestled in the forest by a creek. A few private spots. No electricity or running water. But the pit toilets were very clean. There is a hand pump for well water. Close to lots of hiking and Bishops Castle is a must see.