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.
This place needs some shade! Don't get a waterfront site...you won't be hearing a babbling brook or river sounds here. You'll pay more for it and all you will get is access to a wide s-l-o-w moving river. I cannot really see why anyone should pay more for one of these sites. Very quiet at night. Get there early...the shower has an access code to get in. If you don't know the code you'll have to ask someone. I hated walking up to someone else's campsite at 10PM asking for a code.
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.