This campground is not necessarily motorhome friendly, as there are no hookups and the parking space is just that; the picnic table, fire ring and food storage "bear box" were about 20' behind the RV down a little slope. Don't expect cell phone service. Campground road is narrow, our 28' old-style Airstream Argosy and the numerous rental Class Cs could handle it, but bigger rigs beware (also, do not make the mistake of going into the end of the campground where the tent campers are, as that road is very tight). That said, it's a picturesque place to camp, and the amenities (showers, store, visitor's center, fantastic new park shuttle to the tourist highlights) are all within five minute walk.
We stayed overnight, just passing through. For a large park, it felt quiet and private, with a rural setting and well-maintained. Pool and spa were not crowded on a Saturday evening, and very clean. Water pressure was pretty high (80 lb) and we did not hook that up. A bit expensive for the simple overnight.
For travelers just passing through for an overnight, this was a convenient, centrally located park. Backs up to a quiet residential street, about a five minute walk to the waterfront restaurant row. Some view of Morro Rock and the power plant at sunset. Most spaces appear to be rented to long-termers. We had limited hook-ups (water, electricity). Bathrooms and showers were very clean. I would stay there again.