The campground is 100% first-come-first-served, so arrive early in peak season. A majority of the sites here are really small and many don't have much privacy. We lucked out and found a site with a decent amount of privacy but was still small. Keep in mind that most sites won't accomodate more than one tent, or two smallish tents. The bathrooms were standard flush and were very well maintained. Firewood was not for sale on site; we bought some in Port Angeles. Not a whole lot to see in the vicinity of the campground (other than a nature trail through the forest), but Hurricane Ridge is only about 20 mins up the road, and Lake Crescent is about 40 mins away. Overall I enjoyed camping here and could not get enough of the old growth forests.
Really enjoyed camping here. The campground is located right next to the North Cascades NP visitor center, and is about 1/2 mile from a general store that sells firewood, ice, and food. The campground seemed very well maintained, and the bathrooms were really nice and clean. There are a lot of sites with a good amount of space and privacy, and each site is equipped with a bear box, table, firepit, and tent pad/s. There are easy trails that lead to the visitor center and down to the Skagit River. I would definitely recommend at least trekking down to the river; the trail runs through a really cool rainforest! Diablo Lake is about a 12 mile drive east of here, making this a good base to explore North Cascades and beyond!
The campground was really nice, and was located in a densely forested area. Most of the campsites have a lot of privacy and are not very close together. The campsite was very well maintained and raked when we arrived. Each campsite has a picnic table and a fire pit. The campground has only one bathroom located near the center of the campground, so keep that in mind when you're choosing your campsite. The bathrooms were very well maintained, and had hand soap available in the sink area. There also showers in the bathroom. Shower tokens, fire wood and ice, are for sale at the state park office at the main entrance of the park. There are water spigots throughout the campground. There are also trails that lead to a stunning bluff area.