Nicely laid out and well maintain campground. Fellow campers and hikers are nice, great rangers, and clean bathroom and shower ($1.75/5min) facilities, bring quarters or $1s and $5s for getting change in the machine to use in the showers and laundry. No atm or cash back in camp store. All the great view sites (A sites on the outer right hand side of the loop) that are FCFS were taken upon our Saturday noon arrival,even on a somewhat rainy weekend, so get there early and stake your claim quickly of you want one of those. However, there were still plenty of very nice sites available, both walk in and drive up) to choose from in A, B and C FCFS loops. You have 30 minutes to choose a site upon arrival and then go pay the $15/night fee at the ranger station. They do take cards and apple pay. Many great trails around. Gets pretty foggy at times and super hard to see so bring a good flash light or headlamps for night time trips to the restrooms and just general visibility. Campsites are nicely maintained for the most part, shrubbery and grasses trimmed, the tables are kinda jacked up so bring table cloths and seat covers for the picnic tables because the wood is all rotted and/or soaked thru. Our site (A52) was a drive up with a small incline to the tent and grill area with a line of trees separating from the road which gave a some good privacy. The tent and grill area was nice and level. Wish the grill was a bit larger but it was fine. Nice sized bear locker too. Rained all night but didn’t cause a lot of muddy or water puddle conditions at our site at all, and water didn’t puddle under the tent. When the sun showed up there was still good shade and also nice sun rays poking thru. Close to trash and recycling, but not right up on it. There was a camp site close by next door and across the road, but didn’t seem like the folks were right up on us. Short walk to bathrooms and ranger station (Short drive to showers which are 2 minutes down where the main camp store and amphitheater are). $30 entrance fee into the park and the rangers are helpful with trail recommendations and direction.