$4 to get in, $10 to camp.
Park at obvious parking spot and cross the bridge. Follow the signs for the Indian Joe Nature Trail and you'll find the formation. Expect a 1.5 mile climb, maybe 500 ft. elevation gain.
The guidebook says this is a good bouldering area, but you'll find more enticing routes elsewhere. Only a few lines can be led with trad gear (sketchy, as well), and a few top ropes are available, some with trad anchors. Honestly, not worth the hike.
MESSAGE TO BEGINNERS: This area attracts beginners because of the top roping possibilities. Please be careful. You are pretty far away from help if you need it. Don't venture out here until you know all the mechanics of anchor building.
1.5 mile hike up a hill to get there, and then back again. Frankly I don't think the hike is worth climbing up there, its really small and there arent alot of routes IMHO. I wouldn't go there again, but I am glad I made that hike to check it out, its in the middle of NOWHERE. Check it out if you're in the area.