We stopped at Woody Mountain Campground for a quick overnight in April. I called ahead to make a reservation and the phone service was excellent-- which is probably why we were willing to take the $48/night rate for such a quick overnight.
We arrived at dusk, grabbed our map and reservation info which was taped to the then-closed office window, and started hunting for our pull through site. It wasn't easy, as the signage was small, the sun was very low, and the trees cast shadow on whatever light was left.
We could easily see, however, that the sites and lanes were narrow and the campground was fairly crowded. We eventually found our our site on the end of a row, were able to set up quickly and get to bed. The site wasn't perfectly level but it was good enough. A bigger issue was that the waste hole was uphill, so we weren't able to dump sewage during our stay. Something else to consider is that by morning the top of our Airstream as covered in pine sap. No bueno.
So that's what I did.