Signage to get into the park could be improved but other then that, customer service was excellent. They advised local restaurants which were easy to find and had good food. Use a regulator on the water as the pressure is a wee bit high. They advertise they have the best water in Utah. Filled my fresh water tank with it.
They made a pull-through site for us out of 4 back-in sites. Very decent of them, and this way we don't tear up their landscaping when leaving. Park is about empty what with the economy. Very few long time residents. No airplanes/trains or traffic noise.
As usual, this park bent over backwards to accommodate our rig which is 65' in length with an extra car. We had 80' site with patio and the whole nine yards. Real nice. The tour vans were out in force. Many shuttles to the Mormon Temple for research. North Temple street is pretty well torn up with new train tracks going in so pay attention to the directions given. Office staff was up to date on all info.
It is easy to get on and off I-80 at exit 211. The campground was, as others have said mostly gravel, but snowplows don't like grass too much. There is good wi-fi and cable. There is not too much noise from the freeway or the occasional train(s). It is great for overnight or to get out of the Wyoming wind.