This is a busy state park campground and you should expect to see and hear lots of nearby campers, especially on summer weekend. That being said, it was a great place to stay. It's only a short little walk to the beach, depending on where your camp spot is. There are flush toilets, running water, and there is even firewood for sale. Even with lots of campers, it was designed well and there is a little privacy.
It seems as though this group site used to be a small loop part of the main campground. There are about 10 individual sites here, all within the group area. Each spot has a campfire ring and picnic table. There is a larger camp table or two in middle area with a larger campfire ring (and space for everyone to sit around it). There are flush toilets in the middle, also. It's a short little trek through the main campground to get to the river, but there are some wading spots once you get there.
We have stayed here a few times. It is right on a main road so, while it's easy to see, there can be some road noise. There's flush toilets and running water available. It wasn't very expensive. It's close to a lot of great waterfall hikes and I'd you're feeling really adventurous, I think some of the trails behind the campground even meet up with some of those great waterfall trails.