We pulled in for the night after a long day of driving. The place was completely empty. Everything seems newly constructed. The pit toilet was spotless and empty. The sites were isolated from each other. There were only a handful of spots - not a problem when nobody else is there. The other reviewer seems grumpy. We were there in early August and the creek was flowing and the lake was full. Can't control these things, doesn't really affect the campground though.
We reserved this site on a busy weekend thinking it would fill up. We went in September and the lake was completely dried up and had no access from the campground as you might think if you looked on a map. The sites were huddled under these scrappy bushes that were swarmed with mosquitos. It had seemed no one had been at this campground in ages, the bathroom was in bad shape. Nearby was some wine tasting and a cute town of Paonia. I'd skip this whole area though and go right up Kebler Pass for much better camping.