I camped here in January 2021 during peak Covid closures when the campground was not yet re-opened for group camping.
In 'normal' times this campground is mostly used for events and it's well set up for that. If you're independently camping, I recommend calling ahead and reserving one of the sites on the beach. The sites are huge.
During covid they were only using every other site, and had installed a shower and sink at each one. The bathrooms are a walk away inside a yurt. We were assigned a bathroom for just our site and given a key for it.
The property has a gate with a code that you can go in and out as you please, and the staff were really helpful and kind.
There is one large fire pit area to share, and we had a table at our site. You are not able to drive in your car, but it's only a short walk, even to the furthest away sites.
We had the whole property to ourselves one night - but if you're visiting when events are operational, this might not be the case, so I recommend checking how busy they are when you call to reserve.
They also have tent 'cabins' right on the beach which were pretty nice (but you still bring your own mats and bags).
For me, the greatest thing about this site is that it is located on the NW side of Oahu. In January, the winds were strongest from the East and we had to vacate our other campground when winds were up to 20MPH off the ocean. This side of the island gave us a break from the wind.
It's a very short walk to "Lost Survivors Beach" (where they filmed the pilot of Lost) and a short and beautiful drive to the state park and hike where the road deadends just a few miles past the campground. For supplies, it's about 15 minutes back to Haliewa where there are tons of restaurants, food cards, groceries and a Longs Drug.