This is an older COE park, and probably dates from the 50s or 60s. Spaces are close together and access roads are quite twisty with ditches on most sides. We reserved on line and picked a campsite that said it was big enough for our rig (36' motorhome), and it would have been if we were dropped in by helicopter, but no way to get in by road, and no other electric sites that we could fit into. The staff was great at helping us to try to find a site, but we had to dry camp in a tight site and left after 2 nights. This is a good campground for tents, travel trailers, and small rigs, but too tight for big rigs.
Great park but somewhat expensive for no hookups (and typical of CA state parks). Easy back-in site to get into. Friendly rangers, great location: right on the beach. And Half Moon Bay is an awesome little town. I will stay here again.
(Rate is monthly rate ($283/month plus electric. with Escapees discount.) Very friendly owner, staff and guests. New and spotless club house, laundry room and showers, excellent hookups. Very large and easy back-in sites. Site is all gravel and clean but somewhat featureless, as noted by other reviewers. Lots of activities going on, and staff and guests were very inviting and open to new arrivals, and I felt included and accepted. I stayed for a month (had trips from Phoenix to take), and found it very convenient, although the town of Gila Bend wasn't much of a draw for me. Park was easy to find using GPS and convenient to I-8. I would stay here again.
Nice park. Owner very friendly, and pull-through sites were very easy to get into. Site was a little uneven but easy to level the rig. I opted to use one of the newer sites where gray-water only sewer connection was available (I understand that the owner is in the process of getting the additional site hookups fully approved by the city, but it's not done yet.) Electric and water hookups were fine. Passport America or Escapees discount available (I used Escapees for the $11/night rate) I would camp here again.