A sweet spot off the beaten path! We stayed in the older camp ground which has plenty of shade trees and grass, nice views of the horizon. Well groomed and maintained. Sites have grass between them. Clean sandy trails to walk to the lake to fish or to the observatory which also has a a picnic area. The campground fills up on the weekends with locals who reserve in advance; midweek we were able to get in with no problem. Beware the cheat grass, which is dangerous to dogs; keep your pet on the sand or gravel areas.
Sites are narrow, gravel with a concrete pad. Many of the sites face into the permanent residents. There is one tree. There is a field or meadow next to row 100, which serves as the pet run. Luckily, our Golden Retriever (Lulu) loved leaping through the 2 foot high grass, but a smaller dog could get lost in there! Overall, this RV resort is clean and the staff is courteous. The resort faces the main street, we weren't bothered by road noise, but the view was that of hotels and neon signs. Good for one night stay. We did not use the pool or other facilities.