Elizabeth was warm and welcoming, seems like the site is a little new. She would benefit from possibly making more bathrooms as there's just the one composting toilet for 5 little campsites (I think?) So waiting was a little frustrating. HOWEVER, the one composting toilet is amazing. The spiral sticks you see in the pictures is it. And for a composting toilet, its so lovely. Bring earplugs (I always do, and I was so happy I did) if you're not used to farm noises lulling up the hill bright and early in the morning - but I thought they were fun. Chickens, definitely a rooster, ducks, geese, BABY SHEEP! You can help feed them all am and pm if you're so inclined. You can also buy eggs from Elizabeth, made by the chickens who will undoubtedly wander through your campsite looking for bugs and snacks. There's no water to play in (besides the duck's pond), but the insects weren't bad at all. There's a hammock for every campsite (newly installed), for AMAZING redwoods viewing. All in all, I thought it was a great little jaunt into the woods for the weekend, just a few little tweaks and it would be just about perfect.