This is not really a resort nor a campground, but it is a great overnight location. The sites are large, pull-through and level. The Wi-Fi actually worked! (rare it seems). The electrical pedestal was new and everything worked as expected. I was overnighting here while traveling through TX on the way to CO and it was a great experience.
We enjoyed this campground a lot. The sites are relatively secluded (check a map/satellite image first and pick wisely). The are some short hikes in the woods and lots of trees around. There was a loud/annoying family group with 4 sites who got loud and drunk after the kids went to bed. It would have been nice to have a few more ranger drive-throughs. We just turned on the a/c fan. The lake has a beach area with rough sand/mud but it was rather cold when we were there. In all, I'd recommend it. Fairly close to Dallas but seems like a bit of wilderness.
The setting is pleasant, but right off of I-70 so road noise is pretty prevalent. The Wi-Fi is very spotty and not very good even if you have a good connection. It can't be relied on. The sites are close together. There are lots of trees and the camp hosts are very nice. It is a nice place to stay while doing things in the area - very convenient to the Denver metro.
I stayed in the gravel portion of the campground. This year they turned off the water on October 1, but still charge the same fee for camping without water. There is a stainless steel foundry right across the street which emits pollution. It smells like burning clutch or brakes. Definitely not a place I'd like to stay long-term. There are several long-term campers in various states of disrepair. The sites are very, very close together. Last night a woman was screaming and banging on something at about 11:00, maybe a domestic or alcohol situation. They also won't allow vehicle access to the sites this weekend due to an event at the facility. I might stay here again for a one-nighter on my way somewhere else, but I wouldn't stay for any extended period of time.