Another great contribution from Dan Linebarger, this video shows the approach into (3U2) Johnson Creek, Idaho from the north. Here's what Dan has to say about it:
"Land to the south (upslope) and depart to the north. Morning and evening take offs and landings recommended. Afternoon heating creates unpredictable winds and high density altitude. Go-arounds are possible only if made early in the approach and with the right plane. Johnson Creek is a KOA for airplanes. Nice campsites, fire pits, electricity, phone, caretaker, showers and pit toilets. The town of Yellow Pine is just north and an old State rent car can be had for about $10.00 or so. More information on the strip is available at AirNav: http://www.airnav.com/airport/3U2 This is a great place to fly into and camp, then make day trips to the other strips."