Its a rough road to get here. Must travel about 12-15 miles on dirt road that has sections that are all potholes. Though I did see a few others with regular sedan cars, I would recommend using a truck, at the very least make sure the car as good clearance.
Outside of that the area is wonderful.
Many trail heads around for hiking, nice creeks and a river near by. You know you're on the mountain and away from the cities.
This particular site has no potable water available, got to pack your own in.
We lucked out on weather, remained dry. But was mostly overcast, not a problem either. Kept it cool around low/mid 70's
Oh and no cell service that I could get up there. Other providers may have better luck. Not a big deal if your going up there to disconnect.
single camp site is 18 and 36 for a double site. There were quite a few folks around, but still it was quiet. I'm sure the rushing sound of the creek may have covered the sounds of other humans.