October 23, 2022 - reviewed by J & R Winter
Such a beautiful spot. Not many campsites. All were reserved in loop B. Loop A is first come first serve. You can stay a maximum of 7 days. Drinking water available and flush toilets. It's a long drive from main hwy to campground, so it can be disappointing if you can't get a camp spot. We were lucky. Went hiking everyday and was astounded at the natural beauty and geology of the place. A must visit place.
December 3, 2020 - reviewed by Robbie Hannawacker
There was a name change a few years back. We now call it “Needles Campground.” At this time the group site within A Loop is still called “Squaw Flat Group Site,” the it is closed due to COVID-19 group size restrictions, following state and county guidelines.
Open year round, but no water fill, flush toilets or open visitor center from approximately Dec.1 through March 1. Reservations in B Loop only from March 15 through October 31. Recreation.gov
May 3, 2019 - reviewed by Gfs
Almost private campsites with great views and quiet nights
July 3, 2018 - reviewed by Van Camper
Very quiet remote spot with great stars.