We had an exterior back-in site right next to the forest. Gorgeous tall pine trees throughout the camp. Staff escorted us to a site and assisted with back in. Gravel base for roads and sites are in good condition. WiFi is iffy, Verizon had good signal (3 bars), and no problem with calls or internet. Only negative item is the half mile drive from AZ Hwy 67 to the camp entrance on a forest service road. Good gravel road but you need to go very slow to avoid rock damage. We would definitely camp here again.
CG as stated, an older but well maintained KOA. Almost vacant when we were here, so we got to pick our own spot. There are five or so 50 AMP W/E sites along the river that have a poured concrete patio (for the people, not the RV) and wrought iron table and chairs. Those seemed to be the best sites. We did not expect cell service since we were in a canyon. Road noise quieted down after 9PM and didn't start up until after 7 AM.
Nice shaded (really tall and big leafy trees), level sites. Owner drove us around to let us pick our site, then provided escort to site and help backing in. Utilities located where they should be, all in good repair. Just overall a well maintained park. We were in the back of the park, so Wi-Fi was marginal, but office/lobby has several big tables where we were welcome to set up and log-in as needed (free). Owners said they had a place to wash truck and trailer if we wanted to. They also sell propane on site. The entrance to the park is a bit awkward due to tree locations, but a slow careful approach will get you in safely. Would stay here again.
Shaded campground, level sites. Spacious sites with good amount of room between sites. We arrived at night, so did late check-in. Owner came by next morning just to chat and see how we were doing, not to collect the money. They have owned the park many years, and are very nice people. Park could use a bit of TLC, but overall well laid out, lots of shade, great views. We would definitely stay here again.