September 2020 Visit
This was a 1-night stay. The campground is pretty small with <50 sites. They're not a cramped together as some campgrounds, but there isn't really anything between sites for privacy. It was chillier than surrounding areas due to being on the mountain. Since it's small there's no check-in, which was nice as we were getting in after dark as it was. The campground was pretty much full as it was a weekend.
Site 5 was slightly sloped. It's listed as tent-only because there isn't really a parking spote for campers, we just parked on the grass. The site across the gravel road felt closer than the sites on either side.
Trails in the park are quite nice. Beautiful forest, rocks, and moss. There was some small trail running race going on, but other than that very few people on the trails.