Still Creek Campground is primarily used as an overflow campground for the Trillium Lake Campground that is just 1.8 miles down Perry Vicker Road, yet it is a worthy campground in its own right. Each of the 27 campsites has plenty of space, which means each offers significantly more privacy than the sites at Trillium Lake Campground. The thick forest canopy means the sites stay cool in the summer, though it also means they don't fully dry out until then.
While you are in the area, enjoy the views from Trillium Lake and Summit Meadows,* and take a look at the old pioneer cemetery just off of Perry Vicker Road. You'll also find a casual hiking trail along the Salmon River's upper reach.
*Summit Meadows actually served as a resting spot and tollgate along the historic Barlow Road from 1866 to 1870.