This is a nice, semi shaded park. It is affiliated with Colorado River Adventures membership campgrounds. It has pull through spaces. There is a no license, catch and return fishing, in 2 ponds. The campers were friendly and quiet, however the park is directly adjacent to Interstate 10, so there is road noise, especially along that side of the park. It was not nearly as loud as we expected when we saw the site. We were in the 2nd row in from the highway.
Membership campground. Affiliated with Colorado River Adventures. Facilities were being upgraded at that time. We were here in March and nearly froze our tails off (it was unusually cold and wet for So Cal, even for that altitude). Sun finally came out just as we were packing up to head home.
We were here for Stagecoach so we didn't use the facilities or activities. Staff was great. Area was clean and well kept. Sites are open and close together but everyone around was very friendly. Exiting the drive the next morning was a challenge because everyone from the events on-site camping were leaving. The traffic was backed up due to the traffic lights.
There are very friendly and helpful staff in this family operated campground. It is a heavily wooded campground just off the interstate. The access road is a bit tight for larger rigs. The sites are pretty close together with few or no trees or bushes between many of them. We stayed for 6 nights while visiting family so we were gone almost all day. Since it was pre-season, the campground was practically empty except for us and a few long term rigs.