Below photo courtesy @Lottery_Ticket
The Jughead cradle stands alone in the middle of a clearing that is surrounded on three sides by brush and low trees. During filming it seems to have either been a bit drier than it was during our visit, or perhaps the set dressers gave it a more "stomped on" look for filming.
The show tended to use an angle which showcased the mountainside and the open water in the distance. Here are a few other angles.
These two views are separated by 56 years and a universe of imagination.
The rods which helped secure Jughead are still visible.
The Jughead site is actually visible from the logs where Ana Lucia attacked Goodwin, providing a wider perspective on the clearing, the mountainside, and the brush from which Sawyer and Juliet emerge.