The camping area is first come first serve. Very peaceful. There are platforms that are right on the creek where you can pitch your tent. We have an 8×8 tent and it was a little tight, so if your tent is bigger than that, you might want to call to get exact dimensions. Otherwise, there is a large open field for camping too.
Lots of shade and decent space between platforms. Close to the parking area, though the creek is between the parking and the camping platforms, so you can't drive directly up to your site. Very clean showers and restrooms nearby. No picnic tables at the individual sites.
One downfall (though very understandable) is not being able to have campfires or camp stoves, even in the winter. You cant really cook any food, BUT the cafe onsite had very tasty food if you want a hot meal or coffee.
The camping fee includes use of the hot springs too, which are amazing. Clothing optional, and I would say not that many people had clothes. The trail to the hot springs is right by the camping area, and a nice little hike.