Dirt road is pretty bad. Gary and Bryan’s cars handled it. Would be treacherous if water filled potholes. Arrived on Monday for two night trip. About seven cars parked. Trail was not maintained well and had a lot of blowdowns for the first few miles. Multiple creek crossing that were easy as water level was low. At Leroy Creek Joel, Quinn, Jake and Griffin lost trail and ended up going up Seven Fingered Jack trail but realized after they got to the top and headed down meeting Gary at trail junction below. At beginning of meadow we found two awesome campsites that could accommodate our group. Located on left side of creek over log jam. First site we used for tents and other for cooking and hangout area. Incredible views. Flowers starting to bloom. Found snow patch for drinks. Deer came into camp. Marmots abound. Days were warm and nights were cold. I was cold the first night in my Magma 30. 2nd night wore all my clothes and was good except my feet got cold. Brought too much snack food. Decrease bars to one per day per person. Bugs not too bad. Reports said they were bad but with DEET they were not an issue for me. Nets were nice to have and were worn. Next time maybe go further and camp high below Spider Glacier as their are awesome campsites that look down on valley. Also maybe do Seven Finger Jack and camp in Leroy Creek Meadow and climb it or Mt Maude.