When they say mountain, they mean mountain! The road to the campground is a narrow, twisty, two lane road. Then we got to the campground and it got narrower and steeper. The grades in some parts of the campground were double digit percent grades and the hairpin turns were very sharp. We were towing a 13' travel trailer and did OK, but I wouldn't want anything bigger than that. Just a warning if you have a bigger rig. We Mostly saw car campers and campers on pick up trucks the night we were there.
The campground itself is basic with vault toilets dispersed throughout the campground. Our site had a water hookup, a picnic table, a fire ring. There were showers at the upper end of the campground but we didn't use them. The cost was $18 per night ($16 for seniors). The campground was very quiet the night we were there, but it also looks like it could be the party spot for locals so it might be more noisy on the weekends and during the summer. Overall I recommend it.