This large campground has small sites, close together, but there are trees and it isn't just a parking lot. I was also happy that they do not allow generators at all. It was pretty quiet, although the AC from the RV next to us (running on shore power) went all night and was pretty loud. The restrooms were fairly well maintained, if small for the size of the property, but an outhouse near the restaurant (and our site) was overflowing for the entirety of our 5 day stay, and it STANK! You could smell it at the restaurant too. Garbage dumpsters were also overflowing and definitely made me concerned about wildlife. While it wasn't the best experience, we really were only there to sleep and eat dinner. Being so close the West Entrance to the park made it a great launch point for early morning entry. We didn't have tickets for GTTS Road, so I set an alarm for 5:15a and was rolling into the park by 5:30a. We always had a parking spot at the trailheads and never worried about the ticketed entry. I also have to say the staff was fantastic! They were very booked up but bent over backwards to accommodate extending our reservation, and gave us great advice on which trails would be right for our family.