We stayed four nights in this campground and loved every minute of it. Lots of space between the sites. Our site was level and very roomy. Decided to use the shower facility on last night there; it was the cleanest, largest shower stall I've ever been in ~ plenty of hot water and pressure and enough room for privacy of dressing/undressing. The only complaint was the barking dog in the site next to us, but was not the park's fault ~ talked to the owner of the pooch and he attempted to keep the little fellow quiet. We love this COE park and will stay in this one or any other as often as we can.
This park has been one of our favorites over the years; mainly due to being the only resort-type within a hundred miles from home, and it's many trees in a desert location. It's becoming more and more family oriented, allowing ATV's and motorcycles (and there's lots of them) to come and go in the park, with many not adhering to speed limits. In 2007, the price increased an additional $6.00 for full hookups. With all the noise & dust, in conjunction with another $4.00 rate hike for 2008, as retirees and looking for peace and quiet, we will not be staying at this park again.
We stayed in 15 parks over the course of a month and a half ~ this park was the worst one of all. The low, low flying aircraft, the crummy site (with unkempt trees, open sewer, patches of grass), washing machine that sounded like one of the jets overhead, pot-holed roads and the rundown permanent trailers/residents are just a few reasons we will opt to stay in a Walmart parking lot if we're ever in the area again.
When we arrived, we were told to 'drive' and pick our spot (by a young lady.) It wasn't until we were getting ready to leave, three days later, that we discovered we raked through some trees. Doubt if we could have missed them, but should have been warned that park was not big rig friendly; also, management should maintain roadways by trimming low limbs. The swimming pool was locked up so we inquired and were told it wasn't opened due to poor repair job. However, as we drove out of the park there were several people swimming in it. The site itself was fairly level and views were beautiful, tucked in a canyon. The horses looked well fed and we enjoyed watching and hearing them. After staying in many RV parks just off interstates, this one was a bit more peaceful, although there is a highway that runs nearby. We would stay here again, but only after walking to and inspecting the sites.