Good location for tourist sites, i.e. Visitor Center shuttle to Harper's Ferry. Sites were gravel and not completely level. Price was a little costly for a one night and campground appeared to cater to local people by charging day passes. We had to pay a Resort Fee though we did not use the amenities. We thought we should have been given an option as they used a wrist band method to distinguish. Overall it was a pleasant stay.
An older park but new owners are very friendly and are working very hard to upgrade. New office just opened. As previously stated, the road is narrow with potholes but no problem for our sturdy 29 foot Class C. Some sites are narrow but we had a great pull-through with a concrete patio. Washrooms and laundry were very clean. Laundry services were inexpensive compared to others. Stayed only one night but would recommend.
A very convenient campground for Death Valley exploring. We were here just before the high season so there were lots of sites available. It might be difficult in the busier season but there is a parking lot style campground across the road with hundreds of sites that will open in peak season. There were a few trees which is rare in Death Valley. There were no amenities but this is why you choose National Parks. Enjoyable stay for two nights.
Great park but many long term residents. Staff very helpful. Does not take reservations. Laundry and washrooms very clean. It is away from The Strip but a short walk will get you to a bus and for $1.75 that will get you to Caesar Palace. The only downside is that it is not a secure campground.