This is our second stop at this park. It is an excellent one night stopover with good 50 amp power, sewer, water, Wi-Fi, and over 20 TV channels available over the air. Although some of the parking slabs are broken, the park is clean and with the other amenities it is a great deal for the money. We ate at the on-site restaurant on our previous stay and found it to be very satisfactory.
This is an excellent overnight stop, four tenths of a mile off I-81. Close enough to be real convenient but far enough away to avoid traffic noise. There are no shower facilities, but work well for self contained rigs with large level sites and good gravel interior roads. There is a bar and grille located in the golf course clubhouse. If passing though the area would definitely stop again.
This campground is close to the entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. Other than serviceable Wi-Fi, that is the only positive. Even being close to the entrance to the national park, it is overpriced. Over the air TV is not available and the park has no cable. During our two day visit, the park was practically empty. We would not stay here again.
This park has paved interior roads with grass sites. The sites are narrow and if you need to dump your tanks a couple of extensions may be necessary. The park is located across US 90 from the beach. Restaurants are limited, outside of the casinos, as most have not been rebuilt since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. This park would be rated higher but for the railroad that runs behind the park. The tracks are very busy, mostly during the night. There is also an Air Force base nearby that provides some additional noise. We will not return to this park due to the noise, but if incessant train whistles do not bother you, this is a nice park.