The listing was probably accurate a couple of years ago, but it's now predominantly a glamping site with a couple of tiny camp sites. In our case, a tiny campsite that we found out we had to share with another couple/group. The grass was very tall and I didn't really picture how we'd pitch a tent comfortably, let alone make it a spot where we'd want to hang out. It's not private and using the communal fire ring in our case would have involved invading the glamping site that had been entirely reserved by a large group of students. We decided not to stay and ended up getting a partial refund. The hosts are very friendly and the area is beautiful, but I wouldn't recommend tent camping.