I had a great time camping here. The sites are mostly private, though some of them are really close together (ideal if you're camping as a group!). I enjoyed walking the small trails at all the camp sites that wind between other sites and to amenities along the paved loop.
Lots of potable water access and big fire pits. The tent areas are nice and flat, I wanted mine to catch some more sunlight so I scooted over a little and opted to not use the designated area.
Currently there seems to be no camp host, and I had to clear a lot of trash from my fire pit before setting up camp. It was unfortunately crowded when I was here, so lots of dad rock from the RV down the way and a few groups of screaming children (and parents who don't know how to parent other than screaming at their children, yikes).
When it was quiet, I could still hear the river even though I was in the far side of the camping sites. The plethora of birds in the trees alone made the trip worth the while. Watch out for the large slugs! They're beautiful and a part of nature that needs to be respected.
Some road noise from logging trucks and other vehicles, but once the sun went down it was fairly peaceful Highly recommend coming out this way for a weekend camp. Site 11 is nice and isolated and well insulated by vegetation. Site 12 is very exposed to the loop. Make sure you check the campground map before you pick a spot! The reservation system seems to be lackluster, but nice to know you can snag a site for your specific time.