The woman in the office was the rudest of any place we have ever been, and we have been frequenting RV parks for 25 years. The site she gave us was not big enough to accommodate our 30' fifth wheel, but when we requested larger site, she refused to give us one (we were one of three RV's in the otherwise empty park) and all three were jammed right up next to each other. She also refused to give us a refund so we could move to another park. I do not advise anyone to stay at this RV park. There is a reason there are only 3 campers here, and this woman's rudeness probably has a lot to do with it.
This campground was very crowded, the sites were small. sometimes two vehicles' slides would overlap, and it was expensive. It was also muddy out in front of our trailer after a rain. We left there and found another campground in the park in Madison. Although there were no hook-ups, this was a much more pleasant camping experience.
This was one of the nicest little RV parks we have stayed in during our two month trip out west. The spaces are large with trees and grassy areas next to each site. The $25 (this reflects the Good Sam's discount) included a pancake and egg breakfast for two. The women who run the park couldn't have been any friendlier. Someone wrote that the town of Arco was a disappointment, although the Craters of the Moon were awesome. I agree with the Craters of the moon being awesome. As for the town of Arco, this is the sort one-of-a-kind small town I enjoy exploring and photographing. The town has a government nuclear power plant nearby, which employs about 60% of the people there, so there are atomic energy themes throughout the town. If you go there, be sure to have an Atomic Burger at "Pickles" cafe. We found it to be a "funky" memorable kind of place. Oh yes, the goats behind the campground are very friendly, too.