Lovely campground. Our site fee included access to the Festival of Lights, which is spectacular. We reserved on short notice but it was a Sunday night. I'm told that this time of year it can book up on the weekends. Also, the advice to arrive by 5:00 was great as the festival traffic is pretty heavy in the evening and could delay entry. We thoroughly enjoyed our short visit.
Great campground, especially this time of year. Our rate was for a Rally group, but the sites were great concrete pads, pretty spacious. Excellent security and site services. The only downside was not being able to take our scooter to the site. Motorcycles and Scooters have to be parked in an overflow lot up front. I'm sure that makes a lot of sense in the summer but seemed a bit restrictive for this time of year. We loved it and would go back off season.
Nobody was available onsite on arrival, and nobody was available by phone. We couldn't get into the pull through site assigned because of vehicles parked in "No Parking" area, and owners "declined to move"). We had to figure out what sites were available and just take one. It is very close to train tracks with VERY loud train whistles through the night (you wouldn't want to leave your windows open if you are a light sleeper.) The spots are tight with pull through sites sharing picnic space. We got our 40' rig in without having to disconnect the toad, but it was pushing the space. Okay for overnight, we wouldn't want to hang around.
We loved it! The hosts were over the top helpful, the site were huge. With our Golden Pass (62+) we ended up paying $8 and what a value! Without the Golden Pass the park fee is required. There is a shuttle readily available to go through the canyon as you are not permitted to take personal motorized vehicles into the park. No showers available but that didn't bother us as we had our own. All-in-all a fabulous stop. Get there early in the day to get a site.