I'm not sure you can pick a bad spot here, but there are a few standout sites. I had 49, which had multiple places to put a tent, and some amazing views (see the sunrise pic from right outside my tent). Every site has a covered picnic table. And there's a fair bit of shade from trees as well.
The hiking! Go any direction and make a path. You'll eventually come across an existing one, and just follow it. There's actual paths with names, but I never bothered to learn them. My dog and I picked a direction and went for it. Valley below, mountains behind you, and a ton of exploration options in between. Deer and quail criss-crossed our paths many times.
The pit toilets are ok, but bring bug spray, because flies love the bathrooms.
I'd love to see this place in other seasons as well. Midweek in May, we had our pick of spots. No immediate neighbors, but the sites are big enough to not feel cramped even if there were more folks.