We stayed here last weekend and stayed 3 nights. It's more geared for RV's with flat pull-through sites that are wide open with some tree-coverage. The green areas for potential tenting are more like public areas. Only without a playground like the supplied map says. I believe the place has been renamed to accommodate the random pieces of equipment left all around the camground with kitchy signs attached. Really, it looks more like a dumping ground. It's not just rustic, it looks abandoned (except for those RV sites). We camped next to a pit , cordoned off with yellow caution-tape, filled with granite remnants. Road access is a bit optional and you DON'T want to get there after hours. Poor lighting, unmarked areas, etc. You move away from those RV sites, you do it at your own risk. If you show up on a week day, there probably won't be anyone in the office. With limited cell-coverage there, we had to call for assistance. A woman showed up and seemed a little confused. She got us situated. But barely. To end this dismal review, I have my main, overwhelming, gripe. The bathrooms are horrific. I can handle put toilets, going without a shower, and I can handle dirt, just fine thank you. This. Place. is. Disgusting. It may not have been cleaned. Ever. The women's bathroom has one toilet, and one shower. An indoor bathmat that could have walked away on it's own, welcomed me into the shower. Tossed it. Shower curtain- blue to cover the black mold? Walls- splattered with, I just don't know. Yeah, yeah, I know. There's hard water. Rust stains are fine. A little calcium, ok. This was not caused by hard water. The place is not remotely clean. Enter my 6 yr old and it becomes almost freakish. If you have any issues with bacteria/mold/an ongoing science experiment at your expense, DON'T COME HERE. (There is an additional restrooms I found today in the office. The toilet seat was stained blue...like the toilet water. You can put 2 and 2 together how that happened. OMG.)
Sure, bring your self-contained RV. I'm sure it's great. For last-minute Yosemite who tent, use a NF or anything else but this. Wash up in a creek or like another tenter nearby, lots of wet wipes.