Very clean campground with very nice facilities. We visited in November and we were the only ones there. This was one of the few campgrounds where we weren't bothered by raccoons.
I visited during October and there were a fair amount of people camping here. Mostly RVs and campers due to the storm that happened to be coming through that night. I will say that the water drained perfectly from our campsite throughout a rough storm which is a huge plus. We were able to visit Olympic National Park easily throughout the duration of our stay.
This campsite was so close to the ocean we could hear the waves crashing all night. It was not overly crowded for November even though the weather was perfect. The only downside was the road getting to the campground was very precarious and if it had been raining, my car would have not made it back out. A huge plus is that they accepted my national parks pass as payment for the site.