What a lovely weekend! The site was exactly as described. Take the beautiful drive through the fields slowly to maintain the integrity of the dirt road, especially if in a small car which might not navigate the terrain as well. Park at the top of the embankment and walk down, it's rocky so wear stable shoes and use the wheelbarrow. Lots of flat areas for tents (we set up four). We were psyched to have a tightly covered trash can, a hand/dishwashing station with earth-friendly soap/sponge, a really nice privy (kitty litter, man, who knew?), and easy access back to the cars so we could put our food away at night just in case.
We really enjoyed being able to use the variety of grates that were available for use over the fire. I brought a cast iron skillet and dutch oven, and we were able to make meatballs, toast, and eggs using the grates really easily. There was a tub of wood included per day, plus two extra tubs of 20 logs each, for $1/log, which we went all the way through (in addition to using a lot of twigs and small sticks we picked up from around the site when we ran low!). It was really nice to have wood so readily available! Bring cash with you so you don't have to go to the ATM for wood cash before you leave.
Sunlit Farm was lovely! Our group of three were very comfortable on the first landing, where there's a huge firepit and plenty of space, plus an amazing view. Maggie and Ed were great hosts, highly communicative and always available. Ed helped us get all of our stuff up to the site and back down again as we left. They've got four small kayaks (including PFDs and paddles), three of which we borrowed for the day for a nominal fee - highly recommend, though be sure you have a way to transport the kayaks!