We chose not to use the hook-up sites in exchange for a large, very private site with trees, grass, picnic table, fire pit and expansive views of the ocean (site 73). We enjoyed the off-season quiet, since the park does get crowded with families and kids at any other time of the year. Easy hike down the cliffs to the beach (stairs and pathway) and a large area with sheltered picnic tables and bbq areas. Dump station very accessible on the way out. The full hook-up sites are much closer together, but still have grass and fire pits.
I agree with the first post. The campground, although in a beautiful site, was a disappointment. It only worked for us because it the RV sites were virtually deserted. We had an entire section to ourselves, so of course it was very quiet. I wouldn't dream of going there at any other time of year. We did enjoy the hiking, and feel that much effort has been made to make a "small footprint" which may be why it's a little too rustic for the price, and truly lacks any privacy. We did have an ocean view but the price was stable odors from the corral next door, although the horses were away for the winter. So my vote is only go here if you're in transit or want a coastal location at all costs.