This is a very large campground of I believe around 160+ campsites and I also believe that we are the only folks here at this time. We are in the only loop with electric hookups but can see into other loops. As we were checking in (in the rain) there was a ranger driving around but that is the only other vehicle or person that we have seen.
This park along the Jacks Fork River is quite popular in the summer season with people splashing into the shallow waters from the gravel bars and from tubeing, canoeing, and kayaking activities. In that season a reservation would have been necessary for a spot in the campground. The campground is about a half mile from the spring and mill which wouldn't be a bad hike in better weather. We have visited the mill and spring on several other occasions so probably not make the jaunt this time. Instead of me taking pictures to post here I will give you a connection to some great views of this area. The spring rises from a large round sink just behind the mill.
Alley Spring Pictures
There are several similar to the first image taken from downstream below the mill with the red mill as the focus. I have taken that same picture and it is on the wall of our dining room at home. That picture is framed in a hand made frame that one of Jo's uncles made from "barn wood siding" taken from the Not, Missouri post office that used to be located near the Shannon - Oregon county line near where she grew up. Story is that there originally was a large Oak tree with a big knot hole where mail was left for locals to pick up.
Also in the above group of pictures is a map of this campground and we are located in the 600s loop.