Nice, quiet place. Very few campers - which is a norm in Baja now. They have some waterfront - not camping spaces, and not a beach, just a place where you can sit on a bench and relax. It's actually in the town of Chapultepec, a suburb of Ensenada, North of Estero Beach resort which is also in this town. Chapultepec is quieter and safer than Ensenada. What I liked the best was 10-pesos buses that run from Chapultepec to Ensenada, so you don't have to drive or pull your rig if you need something in Ensenada like Immigration office, Home Depot etc. The owner and staff speak fluent English.
I stayed in their dry camp area, which also had back-in partial hookup sites. Clean washrooms and showers. Free Wi-Fi, but it only works next to the office. I had to put the rain jacket on and sit there in the night on the bench next to the closed office. Kind of humiliating. Ugly, gravel lot, nothing spectacular, with a garbage bin sitting right in the middle of the lot. Park is close to the street. You can hear the traffic.