There is now an active shipyard to the north of resort. On the Northside camp sites you hear them grinding the ship's hulls from 7am to into the evening - they were closed on Sunday and Columbus day. We will return but only if we can get a space on the south side of park. Nearby restaurants: Galley at the Marina - great bands but soso food. Get pitch of something with some appertizers and enjoy (don't get meal)...Dolphins - good food and we like great Sunday brunch but music is mariachi's not our thing. Used 10-20-30 discount coupon in Newsletter for average of $53 per night for supersaver space. Wife used WiFi and worked great for her.
Easy walk across the border to Los Algodones., Mexico. Next time will dry camp as they have good dump/water station. Tribe has not put a dime in this park for years, and it really shows. Sites are large but price is too high. Dry camping on their land with permit ($15 per year, I think?) and just using the park's dump/water station is better and great views of canal between the casino and Sleepy Hollow.
Stayed two nights. Quiet park. Easy back in for 38' coach. RVs only go left at the office, so park on the entrance road prior to the parking lot. Mobile homes are on right side of the park and going right is not fun. Got a space the same day of reservation. Price maybe why snowbirds don't full it up. Will return. We loved the birds, pond, pool, and hot baths! Wi-Fi was usable.
Stayed here for visit to Quartzsite show. Huge pull-thru site but paid only for premium (T13). Met a group from Reddings and had a great visit. A few minutes from Quartzsite but worth it. Large site and roads. Cafe was so-so but okay.