Nice shade trees, lawn next to sites, gravel sites, sewer dump at far end, no sewer connection at sites, some freeway noise, some dairy cow smells, near the Snake River recreation areas, Hagerman, and fish hatcheries. Be carful when you pull in, there are two excessively large speed bumps near the entry. Go really slow, because they are really big, and not very visible. Very close to Wendell with a grocery store, restaurants, etc. Owners are very rule oriented, and have been trying to sell the place for years, so they are a bit burned out. Easy access from freeway.
Nice park that caters to long term stays. Shrubs between sites, and some sites have trees. Gravel sites with a concrete pad for your entry step. Good, free wi-fi. Dog washing station. Dog walks are tiny, but the dog walk near the registration office has access to a small wash where a dog can run for about a quarter of a mile. This wash was full of blooming Palo Verde trees in May. The campground is surrounded by Oleander bushes which were also blooming in May. Many birds and some rabbits in campground. Some airport noise from small aircraft at the nearby Deer Valley Phoenix Airport. Small exercise room with treadmill, elliptical trainer, older recumbent bike, cable TV, and a multi-purpose lifting machine. Pool table and video games in recreation hall. Small, clean pool. Not very busy from May to October, because of the heat. On the north side of town, 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix.
Most sites are pull throughs, are gravel, and are not quite level. Some trees near sites. Two dog walk areas that are chain link fenced areas with dirt surface for easy pick up, and enough room to chase a ball. Some noise from the freeway nearby. Some train noise from a nearby train crossing. On historic Route 66. Easy access from freeway. Wide open country with views of sunrise, and sunset. Gas station and convenience store adjacent to campground.