Don't let the entrance of the park fool you. This is a beautiful setting once you get past the long unkempt driveway which is shared with an adventure company. Lots of equipment and dirt piled up. The camp is behind their office complex. It backs up to beautiful red rocks. They are tight spaces, but there is a guide to help you in. We had everything we needed.
When a camp advertises cable TV you don't expect to ask for a space with cable. You assume every spaces has cable. That's not the case here. Only certain spaces have cable. We paid $45 a night. Their Wi-Fi was down (I realize they couldn't help this), but it was very average. No streaming at all. This camp elsewhere would be in the mid $30 price range. I guess when you are the only major game in town you can charge what you want.