This is a huge RV park that bills itself as a resort. However, the only resort aspect is the nightly cost. It does feature two pools (adult and children), and all sites are clean and well kept. We stayed in a premium site, but the picnic table was located at the wrong end of the pad making it unusable. My wife received a surprise the first night around 8:30 PM, when she stepped out the door and received a soaking from the irrigation system. When I asked why the sprinklers came on so early, the only answer I received is that the whole park is on a timer system. The park does have several laundry facilities, conveniently located, with good equipment. The least desirable aspect of the park is the extra $6.00 per night charge for wifi that barely works. The park does not offer a shuttle to the strip, and a taxi ride is around $25.00 one-way. It is doubtful that I would stay here again.
If it were possible, I would have given this campground an 11 rating. Beautiful location (in the city), large level pull-through sites with tables and firepits in new condition. Excellent wi-fi with three antennas in the park to ensure reception. There is no cable, but you can receive over 30 channels (many HD) with an antenna. One thing to note is that you must pay an additional $8 per day for park access, in addition to the daily camping fee. I would definitely stay here again.
This was the worst campground we stayed at during a 30-day western trip. If you like dust, more dust, Wi-Fi that only works at the office, very questionable power (106v at 30 amp site), and lots of permanent residents: this is the place for you. We stayed two nights to visit Carlsbad Caverns, but in hindsight I wished that we had boondocked for one night, visited the Caverns and kept on trucking. We did receive the Passport America rate of $19, but even that rate is too much for this place. I would never stay here again.