This cg wasn't really crowded at all. Its location is beautiful. Very wooded or shady - making some of the sites almost private. All sites have a picnic table and a grill. The roads and camping areas were all paved. Plenty of room to drive even the biggest of rigs. It got very dark here when the sun went down...quiet too. A cloud (or heavy fog) moved in during the night and made a toilet visit nearly impossible. Some of the footpaths are not well marked and at night are nearly impossible to follow without a flashlight. Warning! A sign as you entered reminded you about bears in the area. Water was available...if you didn't mind walking to get it. I never saw any staff member - entering or exiting. If you like primitive...you'll like it here. It is a beautiful area.
I've been here twice recently - May & June of 2005. I was very pleased and satisfied with my visits. One of their staff members is very colorful and friendly: "Mountain Man" was his handle. He was a kind of big brother that walks all over the campground giving advice and help where needed... and always with a smile. This place gets very quiet at night and I have no complaints. It is off the beaten path.