This campground has 16 spots and is located next to Paulina Creek in a pretty grassy area with trees, featuring nice, big sites overlooking Paulina Prairie and the creek. Its location near Newberry Crater means it offers a good home base for a wide variety of recreational opportunities available at the National Monument, like hiking, biking, boating and exploring everything from waterfalls to hot springs. The campsites are large and secluded in mixed Ponderosa and lodgepole pines. Vault toilets are available and there are picnic tables, fire rings and grills at every site for a per night, per site fee of $14. The campground is open seasonally. The parking aprons are cinder and will accommodate RVs of almost any size, with a maximum site spur length of 30 feet. A majority of the spots offer shade and are pull-through. There are three water spigots in the campground, which is managed by Hoodoo Recreation.