A fantastic place to be. The sites were all tar and well kept. We managed somehow to get internet access, not sure how. Little shop on site which provides food, but if you sit in the restaurant you have to listen to the games room next door, which can be rather annoying. Sitting outside on the waterfront was very tranquil. The motorboats and jet ski can be loud. Lovely cactus garden on the site and some old mine machinery. Only stayed 1 night but would have stayed more. Water is very clear; pity no canoes or kayaks to hire. BBQ spots and picnic benches with each site.
Great area, we were parked close to the restrooms, which were clean and warm. There is only this RV site in the Grand Canyon. The ground on our park was very uneven, but good hook ups. Walking distance to the bus, which is free, I think an absolutely brilliant idea, keep all other cars off the road. We had to pay an extra $3.50, I think for the children. We would have stayed 2 nights but on the first night we woke to 5" of snow, so decided to leave before getting snowed in. The staff in the office were very accommodating and friendly. We camped in a 25ft RV.
I have rated it 6/10 because it is a carpark, nothing pretty about this site. However I would give it a 9/10 for access, it depends what you are looking for. It is just off the Strip, near to The Stratosphere. The bus stop is within walking distance from the park and a 24hr ticket costs $7 and you can get on and off as much as you like. The restrooms were great with laundry facilities, $2 for the newer machine, $1.50 for the older ones and the tumble dryer were also $1.50, a little pricey, I thought, especially as you are not allowed to hang laundry out. Good secluded pool, friendly staff.
We arrived in early April to the whole area covered in snow, so none of the sites had been cleared, we had to park our RV in the car park, but as we were the only ones there we could get close to the restrooms as we wanted. The restrooms in the evening weren't very clean, but by the morning they had been cleaned. A very scenic area, I would think even more beautiful in the summer. The staff in the shop were very friendly, not much food, but plenty of snacks (biscuits, crisps and sweets). I would avoid taking an RV up, we were in a 25", too big.
We made a booking and arrived after the office had shut. Our booking was posted clearly and gave us clear instructions on where to park. Clean area surrounded by orange trees, which were in blossom, a great smell. We were close to the amenities; they were clean and warm. Cheap to do laundry $1 per load. In the morning we got a bag of the most delicious tasting oranges. We only stayed one night as we were on route to Sequoia. Would highly recommend.