This campground was great! Different sites have different levels of privacy and accessibility. We were in 19 and were very pleased. It was tucked in away on its own and near the (very well maintained, flush toilets, but no shower) restrooms and potable water spigot. The parking spot for that site is across the road though, so you have to bring everything across and up to the site. Some of the other sites would be great if you were camping with other people. Each site has a fire pit with a grate you can put over part of the fire for cooking and s'mores. We had a mobile speaker and were playing music, and at least at our site, from the road you could not hear it.
The first night we sat at a picnic table at Vista Point and watched the sunset with a glass of wine. The next day we hiked the Austin Creek Trail (https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/california/austin-creek-trail), which is accessible from the campgrounds - this hike was beautiful but the last 1.5 miles was brutal (would not want to do that portion during the summer because it's so open, but the wondrous forest you're in most of the time is stunning).
This site was awesome! So close to the falls and we brought our floaties (careful walking on the big rocks, very slippery). Mosquitoes are no joke, def bring the bug spray. We drove our 4x4 jeep and were happy to have four wheel drive, would've been tough otherwise. If you wanna get away from it all, this is the spot! Also be sure to bring bedding.