This campground is divided up into an owners side and a public side. You can camp on either side with the owners side being more expensive. This review is the owners side where we stayed. Our site R49 is really long and wide (we could probably get 5 or 6 full size vehicles on it), concrete and a picnic table. The utilities are positioned in the correct spot. While camping on the owners side you have access to a swimming pool plus you can use the public side as well. The general public is restricted from coming on to this side. Our site has no shade trees. Cable TV works well and the Internet is good but seems to go off in the evening hours. The sites are level. We had Paradox Pizza last night (free delivery) and it was great. We will stay here again.
Our site was 114, a back-in next to the railroad tracks. For being close to the tracks it was really quiet. Only once did we hear the train horn, the rest of the time they did not blow their horn as they crossed the near by street. Our site was level and the utilities were positioned in the right spot. We took the train to the Grand Canyon, which was great as it leaves from the Hotel/RV complex. The 1890 bar is something to see and to sample the local brew. Downtown Williams is a very short walk and has many good eating and shopping places (for a small town). Rod's Steak House was a disappointment and Cruisers was very expensive. The best eating place is Pine Country, they have awesome pies and reasonably priced food. In the campground there is a gas fire pit that burns all the time and also they provide 4 gas grills for your use. This is under a pavilion and next to the bath house. This is a campground worth the money.
The staff was great and very helpful. Due to a water outage we were upgraded to a premium spot. This consisted of dedicated parking, a patio and fencing to divide the sites. The site was level and all utilities functioned as designed. No cable TV but plenty of local channels available through the antenna. The sites are gravel. The reason I give this location a 5 instead of a higher rating is because of the constant complaining of the older full time residents. They complained that we made too much noise while disconnecting, during our stay and when we connected to depart at 9 AM. If this park wants to be age restricted they should make it so. If they want this park to be open to campers with families they should inform their full time older residents to expect some noise to be heard. Complaints were called in to the office about our 11 year old son walking around our campsite with a cap gun at around 8 pm. This is not a kid friendly park due to this constant complaining.
We made reservations about 9 months in advance for site Mallard 09. This is the best spot in the park for full 50 amp service. The view was fantastic with no campsites in front of our door or out the back to block this great view of the lake and surrounding forest. The site was level, although I did have to drop the front of my fifth wheel to get it level once I unhooked. Water pressure was great. We only could get one TV channel but that is no big deal. The fishing for trout was great as they had just stocked the lake. We caught our limit each day we fished. We had a great fish fry.
Park layout is confusing and in very bad need of upgrades/repairs. We had a pull through site but the placement of the electrical box required us to stick out in the road. Interstate noise was loud. I would not stay here again.
No interstate noise and the sites were long enough for truck and RV to stay connected. Sites are gravel and level. There is a small pond and a swimming pool. The pool was under repair and not ready for use. Ticks are really bad around the pond, hiking trails, and other grass areas. My son had about 10 picked off him and our dog had about the same. A very good overnight stay.