Car park on a cliff. Staff were friendly, permanent residents didn't make noise the night we stayed, but you are packed in like sardines. Just managed to fit into allotted parking slot with slides extended. Would have been window to window if we had a direct neighbor. Most expensive of five RV parks we visited during our trip, by far.
Ideal for those who want to get into the heart of the NP, and close to all the trails, without the crowds. It DOES have a free shuttle service to Lodgepole, despite what the NP website says. Beautiful setting; a black bear strolled past in a nearby meadow whilst there. Fire pits made for a perfect evening beer setting. For those staying for the nature - stay here instead of Lodgepole.
If you want a secluded park with easily accessible water sports (bring your own) and lake swimming, this is the place for you. Friendly staff, neighbors were quiet when we were there, but don't expect clean washrooms as they are used by the day visiting public. Overall, it was an OK overnight stay.
Very clean RV park and quiet neighbors (ignoring the fact it sits off the highway) and helpful staff. Walking distance to Williams small town center, which proved to have a bit of a spark to it the night we stayed. 60 miles from Grand Canyon National Park South Rim which has free shuttle.