This place is literally out in the middle of nowhere. Be aware that there isn't a good sign to direct you into the resort area and directions in the campground guides don't tell you where to turn. The park is nice, but all sites are dirt with no patios. It is right on the lake and within walking distance to the casino (very smokey), restaurant, and marina. We paid extra for a site near the water, but the view was worth it. There is a ferry that goes on the 1/2 hour to Lake Havasu City across the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall, a decent campground with excellent lake views and lake access within close walking distance of all the camp sites. The interior roads and spots were mostly dirt that had once been gravel. The sites were a little too close to each other, but not horrible. No cable or wi-fi. You had to buy a separate fishing license from the Indian tribe to fish there. On the plus side, I could easily carry my kayak to the lake edge from my campsite. The place is really quiet with great views. Also, there is a restaurant and casino about a half mile away with a ferry that takes you across the lake to the London Bridge. We camped here in a Motorhome.