Most of the sites are well spaced apart for RVs. Bear in mind though this is a popular campground for tenters. This means things get pretty rowdy on weekends. They try to keep the restrooms clean, but the one we were using would get pretty trashed during the day. There are two sites available with 30 amp service. During the week the campground is fairly peaceful, but unless you like noisy crowds stay away on weekends. There are about 10 sites overall that can motor homes up to 40 feet. There are no showers in the campground, but there are pay showers at the camp store.
This is an older park as you can tell by deterioration of the amenities. Most of the sites are well shaded by cottonwood trees which of course means hit or miss satellite TV reception. Most of the sites are dirt, and of course, very dusty. The wi-fi was useless even though it had a strong signal; it was extremely slow to the point of being unusable. While we were there, the power went out in our section when it was after hours and about 95 degrees. Calls to the after hours number yielded nothing but voice mail. Thank goodness we had a generator. As others have said, the sites are too close together,and you have to disconnect your toad even though you're assigned a pull through space. It's bordered on 2 sides by very busy roads, and as a result, is very noisy. We stayed here for three days but only because it was close to the repair shop where we were having some work done on our motorhome. We will not stay here again.
The previous poster pretty much nailed it. For the most part the sites have plenty of space between them with the exception of the lake front spots. Most of the sites are level enough for a trailer or fifth wheel, but motor homes might have to use some blocks under their jacks to get completely level. Our biggest complaint was the quality of the electricity. It was real easy to pull the voltage down into the 105 to 108 range when loading it with 20 plus amps. I would be concerned about trying to use an air conditioner at this campground. We had one of the lake front sites.
This is a nice clean park. The sites a wide, about 14 to 16 feet, plenty of room to put out your slides and awnings. But, there is very little landscaping to separate the sites. In other words, there is no privacy. The park does have Wi-Fi, but it is so slow it is virtually useless. Verizon and AT&T do not work here. There is a public road running through the park generating noise from motorcycles and ATVs. The park is within walking distance of everything in Copper Harbor. If you like to bike, hike or ATV, this is the place for you. This is also the best deal in the area as Ft Wilkins SP charges $25 and is too far to walk to town. We stayed in the elec/water sites for $28. There are also full hookup sites (with cable) for $40. We thought $12 a day was a little excessive for cable as the park also has a dump station so you don't really need sewer at your site. Most of the sites have clear line of sight for satellite antennas. The one thing we were real disappointed in was the dump station. The flush water and fresh water hoses had these stupid L-shaped metal pipes on the hoses which rendered them useless for back flushing your black water tank and for filling your fresh water tank. In our rig there is no way to perform these actions using their equipment at the dump station. We would stay here again and bring adapters for their hoses.
This is the most basic of campgrounds. It is a good place to stop overnight but not really suited for multi day stays unless you like gambling. The sites are reasonably level and plenty long for our 34 footer and toad. Go to Visitor Services inside the casino to sign in and get $5 cash per person. Casino is smoky so be prepared. There is no charge for staying in one of the sites. We tried site #1 but couldn't get Dish satellite to connect. Moved to site #2 and had no problem.