This site was one of my favorites as it was right by the creek. The creek was clear and cool. It was also far enough away that I wouldn't be constantly worried about it. Still something to be mindful of when camping near water.
Crossing the creek the water at this time was ankle high. No cell phone service for Verizon at this time.
Make sure that you look for the red blazes on the trees at the start of the trail. I would recommend downloading the various bridle trails (Mohican) on the AllTrails app. The paper map provided at the trail head was missing some information.
The parking lot is well maintained. Just a heads up as we parked in the wrong section make sure you go to the outer section of the parking lot. Act like you are leaving and then look to your left you will see the Park and Pack sign. This is to keep you separate from the horse section and parking lot. We missed it our first two times to the parking lot. We did park in the wrong section and no one hassled us. It was odd though coming back to our car and it being the only one in that spot. The other Park and Pack folks knew where to park. We didn't see it until we were leaving.
This campsite you just briefly leave the main trail to cross the creek to your own private campsite. We loved loved this site. We felt so spoiled as it isn't the crowed state parking campsite that you often think of when you think of camping.
It has a good mix of space for tents and hammocks. A larger group could easily camp here together without feeling like they were on top of each other.