When we checked in we were told we could not use the water for drinking or cooking, but could use it for bathing. The health department determined the water was not safe. They gave us 2 cases of bottle water to use during our stay. We chose not to connect to there water because of their water problem. We were afraid the bad water would contaminate our RV plumbing system. The pull thru sites were very tight because of the trees that lined the site. They did attempt to keep the trees trimmed back to allow big rigs like ours to get access. However, we had to back up in order to leave the site the next morning. There were numerous permanent residents probably because of the oil field workers in the area. Would have rated the campground higher, had it not been for the water problem and the pull thru site being so tight.
There were more permanent residents and storage RV's than over nighters. There was no Wi-Fi reception, as advertised. The pool, store, and lounge areas were nice. Easy on and off access from freeway. The ground sewer connection was higher than my RV sewer outlet, making it very difficult to dump. We camped here in a 5th Wheel. The owner of the park was very ignorant when we complained that we could not connect to Wi-Fi. Instead of trying to understand what the problem might be, he wanted to put the blame on our computer. Subsequent stays at other campgrounds revealed there was no problem with our computer. Would have rated our stay higher had it not been our encounter with the owner.