We ended up deciding on Jordan's Creek OHV. Got there about 12:30. There are 15 dispersed campsites and numbers 1 through 14 were already occupied. We drove up to the last one (the farthest out) and it was open. Not a bad spot, definitely the highest elevation and not much cover over the actual site, but it was still pretty good.
The rain started at 9 PM but wasn't too bad. We still stayed dry but it made for a short Sunday morning. There wasn't much activity that far up. We saw at most two vehicles, and only a handful of bikes and quads. We cleaned up a lot of broken glass and the kids had fun collecting spent shell casings. It wasn't too bad, just what you would expect from an actual designated camp site. We cleaned it up pretty good, collected bigger stones for the fire pit, and left some decent wood for the next visitors. Its nice to leave it better than when you got there and teach the youngens how to keep things nice.
The only thing we left were about 4,000 BB's. The boys (6 and 7) took to the Red Rider BB guns like they were video games.
2001 WJ 4.7L Quadra-drive, UC springs w/ 2" BB, Bilstein 5100s, double cardan front axle swap, Moog Trail Boss SS, 245/70/17 General Grabber AT2 tires,
1.5" Spidertrax spacers, Rola rack, Uniden CB w/ 4' Firestik, Quadratec floor mats (the mats are worth mentioning, they are awesome).