The campground includes 25 single sites, one double site and four picnic areas. All campsites have a table, fire ring and a lantern post. Vault toilets are available. Fishing and swimming are available. Horses are allowed on the trail, but not allowed in campground or picnic areas.
Marble Creek, rushing 20 miles through the rugged St. Francis Mountains, is named for deposits of attractively colored dolomites which were mined and used in the building trade as Taum Sauk Marble. You can see the concrete remains of a gristmill-dam, which operated until 1935, and building foundation. The Marble Creek section of the Ozark Trail is an eight-mile segment extending to Crane Lake, where it connects with the five-mile Crane Lake National Recreation Trail.