The campground is quite secluded and only has 27 sites. On our stay during a holiday weekend, we learned that many of those were "locals" that have been coming for years and say it's the best campground around. The roads are rough to get there no matter which way you come, however a fair number of RV's still make it on the gravel, narrow, winding roads. While the campground doesn't have the mountain views of the smokies, we came for the elk which we saw tons of. There's multiple hiking trails near by as well as historical structures to visit. So there is plenty to do while camping here even though it's far from any services (be sure to get wood, ice, etc. before coming).
Almost any of the sites on the outer portion of the campground are great (except for maybe site 19 next to the bathroom. The sites in the middle don't really have any privacy. The campground is completely level but sites still have a tent pad.
Bathrooms are clean. Camphost was very knowledgeable. There are bears in the area, so all items need to be cleaned and put away overnight.