Enjoyable site! Despite evidence nearby of past burning (plenty of dead trees), Kehl Springs campground is situated in a healthy stand of mature ponderosa next to a small meadow, which is fed by the slightly stagnant spring (bonus: I spotted a western tanager there during our visit). Each camping site has a small gravel horseshoe"driveway" for your car, with a picnic table and metal fire pit. Keep in mind there's no concrete pad for an RV, if you have one, and no running water onsite. The onsite vault toilets were the cleanest I've ever seen, anywhere, and the campground was pretty quiet, despite being almost totally full.
Here's the link to the Forest Service's informational page on the campground: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/coconino/recarea/?recid=54916
The informational page currently notes that no fees are required at this site, but in the "on" season, it's actually $8, cash only.